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Christian Humanism
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Names, Terms, Dates Desiderius Erasmus: Greek New Testament, 1516; Handbook of the Christian Soldier, 1504; Praise of Folly, 1511; Education of the Christian Prince, 1516; A Complaint of Peace, 1517; On the War Against the Turks, 1530. Peter Gilles Thomas More (1470-1535): Utopia, 1516 Juan Luis Vives (Valencia 1492-Bruges 1540): On the Right Method of the Instruction of Children, 1523; The Education of a Christian Woman, 1523; On the Assistance of the Poor, 1526 Auto de fe; Spanish Inquisition, 1478 Conversos Henry VIII: separation from Rome, 1531 Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536; marriage annulled 1533) Mary Tudor (1516-58, queen after 1553) Hans Holbein the Younger (1497-1547)
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Outline Pagan learning/Christian scholarship 1. Celtis: Epicureanism 2. Erasmus: Jerome’s double personality 3. Vives and More: the Christian life and political power Models of the Christian Life 1. A place for women? 2. A place for the poor?
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