H125A 10.9 � Culture of Crisis

H125A 10.9 â�� - ← ← Carnival – oriented to the annual calendar excessive and non-excessive times of over-indulging religion is also

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H125A – Culture of Crisis 11/12/2007 02:23:00 Midterm or Paper (Power of the Blood) – Substitute due at the Midterm End of 16 th  Century – Culture of Crisis Society is breaking down, Religion is breaking down, Everything is in a  disarray, everybody is thinking about the moral, intellectual, etc crisis (drama,  arts) Lipsius – after the long lamentation, you need to control yourself (do not flee the  world, but live in the world and even but your emotions) You have to even out despair and joy even out of the highs and lows “The Oscillating Self” – this is the wrong kind of self to be
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Unformatted text preview: ← ← Carnival – oriented to the annual calendar; excessive and non-excessive times of over-indulging; religion is also excessive at that time (can go up and down) ← ← Andreae – great Reformist • How to educate children in a new kind of self • “usury graus at us” • people who take excessive interests ← ← Enemy enmity ← ← “God punishes collectively for individual sin” ← Thirty Years War => Destruction ← 11/12/2007 02:23:00 ← 11/12/2007 02:23:00 ←...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course HIST 125A taught by Professor Sabean during the Fall '07 term at UCLA.

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H125A 10.9 â�� - ← ← Carnival – oriented to the annual calendar excessive and non-excessive times of over-indulging religion is also

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