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by Desiderius Erasmus,James M. Estes,Alexander Dalzell

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Author: Desiderius Erasmus,James M. Estes,Alexander Dalzell
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In 1529 books suffered death and indignity.

Volume 15 of the Collected Works of Erasmus (hereafter CWE) translates and annotates Erasmus’ correspondence in that turbulent year. In 1529 books suffered death and indignity. Erasmus learned of a book nailed to a gibbet and another returned to a library, smeared with excrement (CWE 1. 44, 145, 260). He wrote, In this age nothing could be written without offending someone or other (CWE 1. 79).

Desiderius Erasmus; translated by Charles Fantazzi and annotated by James M.

Erasmus was one of the architects of modern thought and his works reflect a vast range of interests including history, theology, the classics, social theory, education, political theory, literature, and the history of ideas. His letters remain the single most important source for the intellectual history of the Renaissance and Reformation. Desiderius Erasmus; translated by Charles Fantazzi and annotated by James M.

annotated by James M. Series: Collected Works of Erasmus. You are viewing the table of contents. This volume contains the surviving correspondence of Erasmus for the first seven months of 1529. For nearly eight years he had lived happily and productively in Basel. eISBN: 978-1-4426-9422-4.

Collected Works of Erasmus 15. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012. ISBN: 978–1–4426–4203–4.

The Correspondence of Erasmus book. Erasmus, James M. Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (28 October 1466 – 12 July 1536), known as Erasmus of Rotterdam, or simply Erasmus, was a Dutch Renaissance humanist, Catholic priest, social critic, teacher, and theologian. Erasmus was a classical scholar and wrote in a pure Latin style. Among humanists he enjoyed the sobriquet "Prince of the Humanists", and has been called "the crowning glory of the Christian humanists".

The Correspondence of Erasmus. Letters 2082 to 2203. by Dalzell, Alexander. Desiderius Erasmus (c. 1466-1536), a Dutch humanist, Catholic priest, and scholar, was one of the most influential Renaissance figures. Series:Collected Works of Erasmus 15. University of toronto press. A professor of divinity and Greek, Erasmus wrote, taught, and travelled, meeting with Europe's foremost scholars. A prolific author, Erasmus wrote on both ecclesiastic and general human interest subjects. by. Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. Dalzell, annotated by James M. Includes bibliographical references and index

The correspondence of Erasmus. McConica; . -6,8 annotated by . Bietenholz; . annotated by James M. Estes; . 0 translated by . Mynors and Alexander Dalzell, annotated by James M. translated by Alexander Dalzell, annotated by Charles G. Nauert jr. Includes bibliographical references and index. Letters 1 to 141, 1484-1500. Letters 142 to 297, 1501-1514. Letters 298 to 445, 1514-1516. Letters 446 to 593, 1516-1517. Letters 594-841, 1517 to 1518. Letters 842 to 922, 1518 to 1519.

Fiction & Literature. CORRESPONDENCE OF ERASMUS: LETTERS 1802-1925 (COLLECTED By Desiderius Erasmus. The Correspondence of Erasmus: Letters 2082 to 2203 [Collected Works of Erasmus. CORRESPONDENCE OF ERASMUS: LETTERS 1122-1251 (1520-1521) By Desiderius Erasmus.

To Erasmus, the most important event of these months was intensely private, the dispensation granted by Leo X allowing him to escape permanently from the restraints of his . Volume 4 of the Collected Works of Erasmus series.

To Erasmus, the most important event of these months was intensely private, the dispensation granted by Leo X allowing him to escape permanently from the restraints of his religious community, to earn his living with the freedom of a secular priest. In elucidating the complex circumstances surrounding this crucial development in Erasmus' career, Dr McConica advances a new view of the obscure circumstances surrounding Erasmus' illegitimacy.

This volume contains the surviving correspondence of Erasmus for the first seven months of 1529. For nearly eight years he had lived happily and productively in Basel. In the winter of 1528-9, however, the Swiss version of the Lutheran Reformation triumphed in the city, destroying the liberal-reformist atmosphere Erasmus had found so congenial. Unwilling to live in a place where Catholic doctrine and practice were officially proscribed, Erasmus resettled in the quiet, reliably Catholic university town of Freiburg im Breisgau,

Despite the turmoil of moving, Erasmus managed to complete the new Froben editions of Seneca and St Augustine, both monumental projects that had been underway for years. He also found time to engage in controversy with his conservative Catholic critics, as well as to write a long letter lamenting the execution for heresy of his friend Louis de Berquin at Paris.

Volume 15 of the Collected Works of Erasmus series.