The Renaissance and the Reformation, 1300-1600.

New York, Free Press [1965] .

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George Washington
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CB 359 .W38 Available Request
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V. Le Balze (Italy)
D5.5 .R6 vol. 6 Available Request
Subjects Historia Da Europa.
Réforme (Christianisme)
Series Sources in western civilization ; 6.
Description viii, 310 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Contents Dante advocates world government. On world government ("De monarchia") / Dante Alighieri -- A secular theory of the state. The defender of the state / Marsiglio of Padua -- Petrarch on the two kinds of immortality. The secret, or The soul's conflict with passion / Francesco Petrarca -- A humanist's program of liberal studies. The qualities of a free man ("De ingenuis moribus") / Pier Paolo Vergerio -- The theology of learned ignorance. Of learned ignorance / Nicholas Cusanus -- A Renaissance history of art. Lives of the most eminent painters, sculptors, and architects / Giorgio Vasari -- Principalities and powers. Memoires / Phillippe de Commines -- The Renaissance comes to Germany. Public oration delivered in the University of Ingolstadt / Conrad Celtis -- Columbus lands on a new continent. Third voyage / Christopher Columbus -- Erasmus on the follies of his age. The praise of folly / Desiderius Erasmus -- The dignity of man. A fable about man / Juan Luis Vives -- Machiavelli on republics. Discourses, first book / Niccolò Machiavelli -- Luther defines Christian liberty. The freedom of a Christian / Martin Luther -- Anabaptist piety. Letters to Thomas Müntzer / Conrad Grebel and friends -- Calvin appeals to his king in the name of the gospel. The institutes of the Christian religion / John Calvin -- A Jesuit's confession of faith. Confession of faith for the London magistrates / Robert Persons -- A scientist of the sixteenth century. Credo and Man and works / Paracelsus -- The Turks through Western eyes. Turkish letters / Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq -- Montaigne, seeker of the golden mean. Of managing one's will / Michel Eyquem de Montaigne -- Jean Bodin defines sovereignty. The six books of a commonweal / Jean Bodin -- A Huguenot for representative government. A defense of liberty against tyrants -- The way to wealth. England's treasure by foreign trade / Thomas Mun.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)324715
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WorldCat Identities Weinstein, Donald, 1926-
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