5 edition of Modern humanists reconsidered. found in the catalog.
Modern humanists reconsidered.
John Mackinnon Robertson
|LC Classifications||HM22.G7 R62 1973b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 200 p.|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||72003443|
Early modern Central Europe was the continent’s most decentralized region politically and its most diverse ethnically and culturally. With the onset of the Reformation, it also became Europe’s most religiously divided territory and potentially its most explosive in terms of confessional conflict and war. this book traces intercultural. Humanists International (known as the International Humanist and Ethical Union, or IHEU, from –) is an international non-governmental organisation championing secularism, human rights and equality, motivated by humanist values. Founded in Amsterdam in , it is an umbrella organisation made up of more than humanist, atheist, rationalist, secular, skeptic, freethought .
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The humanism Rebecca W. Bushnell traces through sixteenth-century sources emerges as distinct from humanist doctrines espoused today. And yet, in the conflicts faced by early humanists, Bushnell identifies the origins of contemporary educational notions and practices, including approaches to discipline, gender and class differences, reading and.
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They reconsidered the meaning of 'honesty' in social interchange in an attempt to represent the tension between self-interest and social duty. Richards explores the interest in civil conversation among mid-Tudor humanists, John Cheke, Thomas Smith and Roger Ascham, as well as their self-styled successors, Gabriel Harvey and Edmund cturer: Cambridge University Press.
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