The Great Humanists
An IntroductioneBook - 2011
Born out of a love of language, text, classical learning, art, philosophy and philology, the Christian Humanist project lasted beyond the turmoil of sixteenth-century Europe to survive in a new form in post-Reformation thought. Jonathan Arnold here explores the finest intellects of late-Renaissance Europe, providing an essential guide to the most important scholars, priests, theologians and philosophers of the period, now collectively known as the Christian Humanists. "The Great Humanists" provides an invaluable context to the philosophical, political and spiritual state of Europe on.
Publisher: London : New York : I.B. Tauris, 2011
Characteristics: data file,rda 1 online resource (vi, 327 pages) : illustrations
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