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Image and imagination of the religious self in late medieval and early modern Europe

Lovis Corinth Colloquium (1st 2003 Emory University)

Image and imagination of the religious self in late medieval and early modern Europe

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Published by Brepols, Marston [distributor]] in Turnhout, Belgium, [Abingdon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Self -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Congresses.,
  • Soul in art -- Congresses.,
  • Art, Renaissance -- Congresses.,
  • Soul -- Christianity -- Congresses.,
  • Reformation and art -- Congresses.,
  • Counter-Reformation in art -- Congresses.,
  • Humanism -- History -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Reindert Falkenburg, Walter S. Melion, and Todd M. Richardson ; Emory University, Lovis Corinth Colloquia I.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesProteus : studies in early-modern identity formation -- v. 1, Proteus (Series) (Turnhout, Belgium) -- v. 1.
    ContributionsFalkenburg, Reindert Leonard., Melion, Walter S., Richardson, Todd M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT713 .L68 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 483 p. :
    Number of Pages483
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22661112M
    ISBN 102503520685
    ISBN 109782503520681
    LC Control Number2008426883

      Over the past sixteen years, he has focused on the history of popular unrest in late medieval and early modern Europe and on the history of disease and medicine. Cohn's latest two books are Popular Protest in Late Medieval English Towns () and Cultures of Plague: Medical Thinking at the End of the Renaissance (OUP, ). Eastern Europe in the High Middle Ages was dominated by the rise and fall of the Mongol by Genghis Khan, the Mongols were a group of steppe nomads who established a decentralized empire which, at its height, extended from China in the east to the Black and Baltic Seas in Europe. As Mongol power waned towards the Late Middle Ages, the Grand Duchy of . Subtle Bodies in Early Modern European Culture (Brill, ), • “The Rule of Metaphor and the Play of the Viewer in the Hours of Mary of Burgundy,” in Reindert L. Falkenburg and Walter S. Melion, eds. Image and Imagination of the Religious Self in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Brepols, ), comparative medieval literature, High Middle Ages, Late Middle Ages, narrative cycles, early prose, Digital Humanities, Critical Theory, Political .


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One of the central and defining beliefs in late-medieval and early-modern spirituality was the notion of the formability of the religious self. Identified with the soul, the self was conceived, indeed experienced, not as an abstraction, but rather as an essential spiritual persona, as well as the intellectual and sensory center of a human being.

One of the central and defining beliefs in late-medieval and early-modern spirituality was the notion of the formability of the religious self. Identified with the soul, the self was conceived, indeed experienced, not as an abstraction, but rather as an essential spiritual persona, as well as the intellectual and sensory center of a human : Reindert L.

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