Exploiting Erasmus : the Erasmian legacy and religious change in early modern England / Gregory D. Dodds.
By: Dodds, Gregory D.Material type: BookSeries: Erasmus studies: Publisher: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, c2009Description: xx, 405 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780802099006 (bound); 0802099009 (bound).Other title: Erasmian legacy and religious change in early modern England.Subject(s): Erasmus, Desiderius d. 1536 -- Influence | Erasmus, Desiderius d. 1536 -- Criticism and interpretation -- History -- 16th century | Erasmus, Desiderius d. 1536 -- Criticism and interpretation -- History -- 17th century | Religious thought -- England -- 16th century | Religious thought -- England -- 17th century | England -- Intellectual life -- 16th century | England -- Intellectual life -- 17th century | England -- Church history -- 16th century | England -- Church history -- 17th century
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -393) and index.
The Englishing of the Paraphrases -- Theology and rhetoric in the English Paraphrases -- Transmitting Erasmus in Elizabethan England -- The Erasmian perspective in the Elizabethan church -- The malleable Erasmus, 1603-1649 -- Constructing the moderate middle in early Stuart England -- Erasmian rhetoric and religious war -- The Erasmian legacy to 1689.
"Desiderius Erasmus' humanist works were influential throughout Europe, in various areas of thought including theology, education, philology, and political theory. Exploiting Erasmus examines the legacy of Erasmus in England from the mid-sixteenth century to the overthrow of James II in 1688 and studies the various ways in which his works were received, manipulated, and used in religions controversies that threatened both church and state." "In Viewing movements and events such as the rise of anti-Calvinism, the religions politics leading to the English civil war, and the emergence of the Latitudinarians during the Restoration, Gregory D. Dodds provides a fascinating account not only of the reception and effects of Erasmus' works, but also of the early history of English Protestantism. Exploiting Erasmus offers a critical new angle for rethinking the theology and rhetoric of the time. It is a remarkable study of Erasmus' influence on issues of conformity, tolerance, war, and peace."--BOOK JACKET.
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