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Kerstin Gregor and Steffen Neuß

or the plausibility of what one finds in the text or text-analogue. This subjective component of understanding, based on the importance of prejudice and the persistent reformation of one’s prejudices, was one of the great influences of Gadamer’s teacher Martin Heidegger whose approach included that

ʻHow Bourgeois Were the Bourgeois Revolutions?ʼ

Remarks on Neil Davidson’s Book

Heide Gerstenberger

legalisation of the practices of domination. At the same time, the Reformation had not only changed practices of religious belief but had also contributed to the critique of the personal ownership of competences of domination. I have suggested summarising these elements under the term ancien régime , 24

Jairus Banaji

Portugal et l’Afrique au XV e siècle: les débuts de l’expansion’ , Arquivos do Centro Cultural Português , 26 : 161 – 256 . Tognetti , Sergio 2002 , Un’industria di lusso al servizio del grande commercio , Florence : Leo S. Olschki . Trevor-Roper , Hugh Redwald 1967 , ‘The Reformation

Bernardo Bianchi

matter, Tosel notes the existence of at least three theses that, despite being attributed by Marx to English materialism, could have been imputed to Feuerbach’s Spinoza, as expounded in the Provisional Theses for the Reformation of Philosophy (1842), and Principles of the Philosophy of the Future

Stefan Troebst

textualization. In accordance with the processual nature of these categories, questions relating to the history of events, diplomacy and politics are no longer the focus of these categories but central themes and threads like absolutism, the modern state, the Renaissance and the Reformation 12 . However, if

Alison Langdon

York, NY : Routledge . Cooper , H. ( 1996 ). The Canterbury tales . ( 2nd ed. ). Oxford : Oxford University Press . Coulter , G. G. ( 1968 ). Social life in Britain from the Conquest to the Reformation . New York, NY : Barnes & Noble . Crane , S. ( 2013 ). Animal encounters

Benjamin Hill

Mirandola, and Gianfrancesco Pico in the third and final edition of The History of Scepticism (2003), he never modified the contours of his 1957 narrative, namely that modern skepticism began in Pyrrhonian discussions of the criterion during Reformation debates, which especially took off after the

Anna Corrias

to his contemporaries, Ficino left an enduring impression on Western philosophy. From the analysis of different attitudes towards Platonic love during the period of reformation and counter-reformation in Italy (pp. 199-226) to the influence of the third book of De vita on Sixteenth and Seventeenth

Sean Cordell

bears a closer affi nity to Aristotle’s hierarchical polis , appealing to Christians’ position in a political order that refl ected the increasing institutionalization of the church (pp. 47-48). Chapter 3 takes Aristotle into Germany via the Reformation, citing his rejection by Martin Luther—then his

Luiz Eva

with what he calls Montaigne’s “vital experience,” which comprises Montaigne’s views on the Reformation, religious war, juridical thought, relativism and other cultures, costume, ethics, and self-knowledge—themes that are viewed from the perspective of determining Montaigne’s understanding of what is