Commonplace Learning: Ramism and its German Ramifications, 1543-1630

Oxford University Press (2007)
Ramism was the most controversial pedagogical movement to sweep through the Protestant world in the latter sixteenth century. This book, the first contextualized study of this rich tradition, has wide-ranging implications for the intellectual, cultural, and social histories not only of the Holy Roman Empire but also of the entire Protestant world in the crucial decades immediately preceding the advent of the "new philosophy" in the mid-seventeenth century
Keywords Philosophy, Renaissance  Philosophy, Modern  Philosophy, German
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Call number B785.L24.H68 2007
ISBN(s) 0198174306   9780198174301
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