3 edition of Extracts from the writings of Erasmus, on the subject of war found in the catalog.
|Series||Tract no. 4 of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace, Tract ... of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace -- no. 4.|
|Contributions||Peace Society (London, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
A Book Called in Latin Enchiridion Militis Christiani, and in English the Manual of the Christian Knight: Replenished with Most Wholesome Precepts, Made by the Famous Clerk Erasmus of Rotterdam, to th. Erasmus $ - $ Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus was a great friend of Sir Thomas More and Hans Holbein the Younger. He was a creative and prolific writer on Humanist topics and translator of Latin and Greek texts and his works were highly publicized in his time. Erasmus was born in Holland in October of , the illegitimate son of.
Erasmus has books on Goodreads with ratings. Erasmus’s most popular book is Praise of Folly. Desiderius Erasmus is considered one of the greatest minds in history; he was a humanist scholar, a theologian, a writer, a teacher, and, as he put it, "a citizen of the world." His reputation during his lifetime reached the loftiest heights and sunk to unexpected lows during the Lutheran crisis.
See also the extracts, chapters, and introductions in the War and Peace section of the Ideas page.. 80 Titles. The Art of War (Neville trans.) (Niccolo Machiavelli) The Bhagvat-Geeta, or Dialogues of Kreeshna and Arjoon (Charles Wilkins); The Best of the OLL: A Reader on Individual, Economic, and Political Liberty (Aug. ) (OLL Editor) BOLL 2: Vicesimus Knox, “Universal Peace” ( Top 10 books about the cold war The long, nuclear-armed standoff that followed the second world war was a terrifying parody of peace – which inspired some brilliant literature Francesca Kay.
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Extracts From the Writings of Erasmus, on the Subject of War (Classic Reprint). Extracts from the writings of Erasmus, on the subject of war by Erasmus, Desiderius, d. ; Peace Society (London, England) Publication date Topics War Publisher London: Printed by Bensley and Son, Sold by J.
Hatchard Collection americanaPages: OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title: Extracts from Erasmus. "Extract from a letter addressed by Erasmus to Francis the First, King of France, anno "--Page Extracts from the writings of Erasmus, on the subject of war by Desiderius Erasmus; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: War, Moral and ethical aspects of War, Moral and ethical aspects, Peace, Pacifism.
A pamphlet held by Conway Hall Humanist Library & Archives. Digitised thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund. As1justnowdrewtheportraitofmanandthepictureofwar, so now itis n:yintentionto comparewar with peace,to compare astate most pregnantwithmisery,andmost inits origin.
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'A judicious and discerning selection of large extracts from the Collected Works of Erasmus thoughtfully designed to include major statements of Erasmus on civility in individual morals.
An article by Desiderius Erasmus (–), "Antipolemus, or, the Plea of Reason, Religion, and Humanity against War," reprinted in The Book of Peace: A Collection of Essays on War and Peace (Boston: George C. Beckwith, ). As the popular response to Luther gathered momentum, the social disorders, which Erasmus dreaded and Luther disassociated himself from, began to appear, including the German Peasants' War, the Anabaptist disturbances in Germany and in the Low Countries, iconoclasm, and the radicalization of peasants across mater: Queens' College, Cambridge, Collège.
Writings. Erasmus wrote both on ecclesiastic subjects and those of general human interest. He seems to have regarded the latter as trifling, a leisure activity. By the s, the writings of Erasmus accounted for 10 to 20 percent of all book sales. He is credited with coining the adage, "In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king".
'A judicious and discerning selection of large extracts from the Collected Works of Erasmus /EM thoughtfully designed to include major statements of Erasmus on civility in individual morals, humanistic study and education, the Christian life, reform of the church, and the peaceful constraint of political force.
It is to my mind the most comprehensive and penetrating anthology of Erasmus. A version of the treatise against war, made from the Latin text of the Adagia with some omissions, is the main substance of the volume; and Knox added a few extracts from other writings of Erasmus on the same subject.
Erasmus has the personification of Peace come down to earth to see with dismay how war ravages human societies () The 3rd Day of Christmas: Erasmus stands against war and for peace on earth (16th century) Erasmus on the "Folly" of upsetting conventional opinion by pointing out the sins of kings and princes () View All People.
Extracts from the writings of Erasmus, on the subject of war by Desiderius Erasmus 4 editions - first published inMedieval and modern Latin language, Accessible book, Aphorisms and apothegms, Peace, Christian life, Christianity, Death.
Celibate himself, Erasmus was even quite frank about the Muslim way of conquest and the way to counter it in his book The Virtue of Marriage: “Still, the warm advocates of virginity are no opponents to the war against the Turks, who are a majority due to their big families.
If their vision is right, they should be making children to deliver. Writings. Erasmus wrote both on ecclesiastic subjects and those of general human interest. By the s, the writings of Erasmus accounted for ten to twenty percent of all book sales in Europe.
His serious writings begin early, with the Enchiridion militis Christiani—the Handbook of the Christian Soldier (). In this short work, Erasmus. He also says that Knox “added a few extracts from other writings of Erasmus on the same subject.” This first article is on Erasmus on the evils of war.
In a letter to Antoon van Bergen, Erasmus wonders: “What is it that drives the whole human race, not merely Christians, to such a pitch of frenzy that they will undergo such effort, expense, and danger for the sake of mutual.
'A judicious and discerning selection of large extracts from the Collected Works of Erasmus thoughtfully designed to include major statements of Erasmus on civility in individual morals, humanistic study and education, the Christian life, reform of the church, and the peaceful constraint of political force.
Erasmus was born in Rotterdam, Holland, on 27 October (or possibly ).He was born with the Dutch name Gerrit Gerritszoon but adopted the name Erasmus after the early Christian saint of that name. He was almost certainly illegitimate, his father, Gerard Rogers, later becoming a priest, and his mother Margaretha being the daughter of a physician.
He lived his first four years in.Erasmus, in full Desiderius Erasmus, (born Octo [?], Rotterdam, Holland [now in the Netherlands]—died JBasel, Switzerland), Dutch humanist who was the greatest scholar of the northern Renaissance, the first editor of the New Testament, and also an important figure in patristics and classical literature.
Using the philological methods pioneered by Italian.Looking at the book, you will notice lengthy footnotes taken from the writings of Erasmus. “Nor let it be conceived, in disparagement of the great undertaking of Erasmus, that he was merely fortuitously right.