Contexts of Conscience in Early Modern Europe, 1500-1700

Palgrave-Macmillan (2004)
In an era of confessional conflict, the conscience served as a powerful mediator between God and man, directing and judging moral actions. This work aims to convey the breadth of the conscience's jurisdiction, analyzing its impact upon a variety of important aspects of early modern society: political allegiance the genre of "advice to princes" religious conformity slavery the regulation of sexual behavior gender roles and the intellectual methods of scientists.
Keywords Casuistry History  Conscience History of doctrines
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Call number BJ1441.C655 2004
ISBN(s) 1403915652
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