Christian Humanism: Essays in Hounor of Arjo Vanderjagt

書刊名 TitleChristian Humanism: Essays in Hounor of Arjo Vanderjagt
作者 AuthorMacDonald, Alasdair A., Zweder R.W.M. von Martels and Jan R. Veenstra, eds.
出版社 PublisherBrill
出版年 Year
語言 LanguageEnglish
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ISSN: 1573-4188; ISBN: 9789004176317
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撰寫日期 DateNov. 24, 2016

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 本書針對將基督教思想與人文主義視為相互衝突的錯誤觀念而發聲。本專書集結數篇論文,討論文藝復興時期以及其前、後時期當中,基督教和人文主義及其相互間的關係。這些論文涉及宗教史、哲學、文學和教育等方面。本專書同時紀念Arjo Vanderjagt教授,Vanderjagt教授的研究集中於基督教與人文主義。
Alasdair A. MacDonald, Ph.D. (1978), University of Edinburgh, is Professor of English Language and Literature of the Middle Ages, University of Groningen. He has published widely on the literary culture of Scotland in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
Zweder R.W.M. von Martels, Ph.D. (1989), University of Groningen, is Lecturer in Classics at the University of Groningen. He has published on Travel Literature, Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini, and Humanist Scholarship.
Jan R. Veenstra, Ph.D. (1997), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Groningen, is currently Lecturer in English at the University of Groningen. He has published in the areas of Literature, and Intellectual History.

1. Introduction  pp. i–xix
Christianity and Humanism
2. Coluccio Salutati in the Footsteps of the Ancients
3. Christlicher Humanismus und Liturgie: Heinrich Bebel, Johannes Casselius und Leonhard Clemens verfassen Offizien zu den Festen des heiligen Hieronymus und der heiligen Anna
4. Rühmende Memoria: der Zusammenhang von Verdiesseitigung und Religiosität in der Gedächtnispflege der Humanisten
5. Religion as exercitatio mentis: a Case for Theology as a Humanist Discipline
6. A Classicising Friar at Work: John of Wales’ Breviloquium de virtutibus
Humanism and Stoicism
7. Virtue as an End in Itself: the Medieval Unease with a Stoic Idea
8. Florentius Volusenus and Tranquillity of Mind: Some Applications of an Ancient Ideal
9. The First Christian Defender of Stoic Virtue? Justus Lipsius and Cicero’s Paradoxa stoicorum
10. Coornhert on Virtue and Nobility
Humanism and Philosophy
11. The De veritate fidei christianae of Juan Luis Vives
12. Montaigne and Christian Humanism
13. Humanism and Religion in the Works of Spinoza
14. Erasmus of Rotterdam and Late Medieval Theologians on the Doctrine of Grace
15. The philosophia Christi, its Echoes and its Repercussions on Virtue and Nobility
16. Modern Humanism as Philosophical Autobiography: Pretending and Understanding Selfhood in Descartes and Fichte
Humanism, Arts and Sciences
17. Types of Inconsistency in the Astrology of Ficino and Others
18. The Metaphysical Unity of Music, Motion, and Time in Augustine's De musica
19. World Without End: Nicholas of Cusa's View of Time and Eternity
20. Copernicus’ Praefatio in libros revolutionum: Humanism and Scholarly Debate
21. Jacques Lefèvre d’Étaples: Humanism and Hermeticism in the De magia naturali
Humanist Writing and Education
22. Dutch Humanists and the Medieval Past
23. “Höhere Bildung” im 17. Jahrhundert. Die Schola Carolina in Osnabrück auf dem Weg vom Humanistischen Gymnasium zur Jesuitenuniversität
24. Ubbo Emmius, the Eternal edict and the Academy of Groningen
25. John Mair’s Dialogus de materia theologo tractanda: Introduction, Text and Translation 
26. Rudolph Agricola's Address to Innocent VIII
27. Solitude and the Inaccessible Light in the Sermons of Isaac of Stella
28. Anselm, Calvin, and the Absent Bible
29. The World as Sin and Grace: The Theology of Melanchthon’s Loci communes of 1521
30. Index