Worlds of difference : European discourses of toleration, c. 1100-c. 1550 / Cary J. Nederman.

By: Nederman, Cary J
Material type: TextTextPublisher: University Park : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2000Description: x, 157 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 0271020164 (cl. : alk. paper); 0271020172 (pa. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Toleration -- History -- To 1500 | Religious tolerance -- History -- To 1500 | Toleration in literature | Religious tolerance in literature | Literature, Medieval -- History and criticism | Civilization, MedievalLOC classification: HM1271 | .N44 2000
Contents:
Beyond intolerance: sources and sites of medieval religious dispute -- Demonstration and mutual edification in inter-religious dialogue -- Skepticism, liberty, and the "clash of ideas" in John of Salisbury's writings -- Negotiating the tolerant society: the travail of William of Rubruck -- Heresy and community in Marsiglio of Padua's political thought -- Nationality and the "variety of rites" in Nicholas of Cusa -- Equality, civilization, and the American Indians in the writings of Las Casas.
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Beyond intolerance: sources and sites of medieval religious dispute -- Demonstration and mutual edification in inter-religious dialogue -- Skepticism, liberty, and the "clash of ideas" in John of Salisbury's writings -- Negotiating the tolerant society: the travail of William of Rubruck -- Heresy and community in Marsiglio of Padua's political thought -- Nationality and the "variety of rites" in Nicholas of Cusa -- Equality, civilization, and the American Indians in the writings of Las Casas.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [143]-151) and index.

12/2001 18.95

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