2 edition of Erasmus and the Spanish Inquisition found in the catalog.
Erasmus and the Spanish Inquisition
John Edward Longhurst
|Statement||John E. Longhurst.|
|Series||Publications in history / New Mexico University -- 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||114|
The Spanish Inquisition was established by Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile, with the reluctant approval of Pope Sixtus IV in the issuing of the Papal Bull Exigit sinceras devotionis affectus in , which allowed an inquisitorial tribunal consisting of two or three priests over the age of Following the Treaty of Granada, the Reconquista had . Kamen’s book represents the academic orthodoxy on the subject now. Indeed, the British historian Helen Rawlings, in her study “The Spanish Inquisition.
Kamen, Spanish Inquisition pp. argues that this Index was quite exceptional, and in fact “the only repressive Index prior to the eighteenth century”. Translated documents relating to the Valdés initiative may be found in Lu Ann Homza, The Spanish Inquisition an anthology of sources (Indianapolis ), pp. The Spanish Inquisition The Spanish Inquisition was independent of the medieval Inquisition. It was established () by Ferdinand and Isabella with the reluctant approval of Sixtus IV. One of the first and most notorious heads was Tomas de Torquemada. It was entirely controlled by the Spanish kings, and the pope's only hold over it was in.
THE IMPACT ON LITERATURE AND SCIENCE. The times are such that one should think carefully before writing books. —ANTONIO DE ARAOZ, SJ, SEPTEMBER In its early years the attempts of the Inquisition to identify and control erroneous beliefs were directed mainly against ideas, practices and words, rather than against writings. The Papal Inquisition was established in the middle ages to deal with undisputed heresies. The Spanish Inquisition was founded in Castile in to deal with a problem peculiar to Spain – subversion of the church from within by nominally converted Jews and Muslims. It is the Spanish Inquisition which has garnered the lion’s share of.
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Erasmus and the Spanish Inquisition: The case of Juan de Valdés (University of New Mexico publications in history) Paperback – by John Edward Longhurst (Author)Author: John Edward Longhurst. Erasmus and the Spanish Inquisition. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Juan de Valdés; Desiderius Erasmus; Érasme; Juan de Valdés; Desiderius Erasmus; Juan de Valdés; Desiderius Erasmus; Juan de Valdes: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Edward Longhurst.
Book Description. Drawing on the latest research by American, British, and European scholars, this provocative book challenges the reputation of the Spanish Inquisition as an instrument of religious persecution, torture, and repression. The book traces the history of the Spanish Inquisition from when it was founded, Cited by: Erasmus and the Spanish Inquisition: the case of Juan de Valdes.
John E. Longhurst. This is a very well researched study of a notorious historical event by a repected British historian. In it the author traces the Inquisition's various classes of victims/5. This book is an instructive lesson not only in inquisition history, but in the way myth and history often compete with one another.
It is not, by any means, a "whitewash" of the phenomenon, nor is it apologetic revisionism/5(14). Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. The Spanish Inquisition by Henry Kamen is a balanced overview of this sad part of Spanish History.
At plus pages the author shows the motivation behind the Spanish Inquisition and that this inquisition was just that, "Spanish.".Cited by: The Inquisition annihilated them or forced them to flee the country, just as it had done in the case of the Illuminists as early as the s.
Nevertheless, the influence of Erasmus did not completely disappear from Spanish intellectual life, and it has been traced into the latter part of the 16th century. A bibliography on the history of the Society of Jesus, or Jesuits, is presented, which includes the books "Black pope.
A history of the Jesuits," by M.F. Cusack, the article "Religion and politics in the market for books: The Jesuits and their rivals," by P.F. Gehl, and the book "Loyola: de. The Spanish Inquisition and the Battle for Lazarillo: –– Reyes Coll-Tellechea Literary texts are social artifacts embedded in a web of dynamic relations, which are subjected to the vagaries of history.
These include, but are not limited to, the manifold relations established between the author, the text, the editor, and the readers. Her new novel Prisoner of the Inquisition, set during the Spanish inquisition and following the story of the pampered daughter of the town magistrate Zarita, and a boy who swears revenge after his.
Old age tires the body by thirty-five, Erasmus lamented, but half the population did not live beyond the age of twenty. There were doctors and there was medicine, but there does not seem to have been a great deal of healing. Anyone who could afford to seek a doctor's aid did so eagerly.
The Beginnings of the Spanish Inquisition 56 The Expulsion of the Jews 62 The Portuguese New Christians 66 Valladolid debate on Erasmus.
Arrest of Juan de A´vila on suspicion of Illuminist lean- Publication of Index of prohibited books by Inquisitor General Valde´s. Chronology xiii. The Index was printed in Antwerp by order of Philip II of Spain and the Netherlands (ruled by Spain at the time). It includes a special section devoted to the works of Erasmus and probably provided the guidelines for the.
The Spanish Inquisition and the Inquisitorial Mind Symposium Internacional Sobre LA Inquisicion Espanola Social Science Monographs, - History - pages.
Inthe Spanish Index was created, a list of European books considered heretical and forbidden in Spain, based on the Roman Inquisition’s own Index Librorum Prohibitorum.
In other nods to. As one manifestation of the Counter-Reformation, the Spanish Inquisition worked actively to impede the diffusion of heretical ideas in Spain by producing "Indexes" of prohibited books. Such lists of prohibited books were common in Europe a decade before the Inquisition published its first.
The first Index published in Spain in was, in reality, a reprinting of the Index. The Spanish Inquisition loves to use Protestant countries as surrogotes or pawns in order to cenceal her real identity!. Erasmus Darwin Erasmus Darwin S.J.
His book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection was published in His mean goal was. Rawlings' book also spells trouble for Cullen Murphy's argument that torture was a sine qua non of the Spanish Inquisition: >>"Torture was one of the tools of the Spanish Inquisition, in common with other ecclesiastical and secular tribunals, had at its disposal to extract a confession from a defendant/5.
Written By: Juan Luis Vives, (born March 6,Valencia, Aragon, Spain—died May 6,Brugge [now in Belgium]), Spanish humanist and student of Erasmus, eminent in education, philosophy, and psychology, who strongly opposed Scholasticism and emphasized induction as a method of inquiry.
The Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition (Spanish: Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisición), commonly known as the Spanish Inquisition (Inquisición española), was established in by Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of was intended to maintain Catholic orthodoxy in their kingdoms and to replace the Medieval Inquisition Type: Tribunal under the election of the .This is the story of years of terror.
Established by papal bull inthe first task of the Spanish Inquisition was to question Jewish converts to Christianity and to expose and execute 4/5(1).Spanish Inquisition, Spanish censorship.
As one manifestation of the Counter-Reformation, the Spanish Inquisition worked actively to impede the diffusion of heretical ideas in Spain by producing "Indexes" of prohibited lists of prohibited books were common in Europe a decade before the Inquisition published its first.