By Bruno Boute
Delving into the Tangled Involvement of educational associations with the benefice process within the Early smooth interval, this e-book makes a speciality of an anomaly: medieval privileges that supplied lecturers at Louvain, the self-declared storm-troopers of Catholic and dynastic recovery within the Netherlands, with entry to the Post-Tridentine clerical activity industry.
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Put and Wijnants, Les jésuites, 23. 63 Monographs on Catholic reform in the cities offer telling examples of a monastic tide that, after having been supported by local as well as central elites, gradually met with increasing opposition. See Lottin, Lille, and Marinus, De Contrareformatie te Antwerpen. 64 In the period in between 1585 and 1633, 64 colleges for the humanities were founded, most of them in the period of the Truce when intermediary and smaller towns sought to imitate the educational policies of the big cities.
For a definition and a comparison with inertia in physics, read Latour, “The Powers of Association,” 266. 1. The sirens of Trent. ” two formerly partisan concepts with each other. ”4 Authentic Catholic reform, which had to remedy the abuses of the medieval Church, and counter-reformation became something of an item when united in the papacy, Trent, and the Jesuit order. The following quotation is central to Jedin’s analysis: “In Trent it was established that the early modern Church would be a pastoral and missionary Church.
Konservativ-Reichskirchlich-deutschen Typ), princely model versus episcopal model, the vicinity of other confessions in neighbouring states, and the politics of tolerance resulting from it, the geographical morphology of political entities. 31 Hermann, L’Eglise d’Espagne, 46–47. ” 32 The seven new dioceses erected in Spain (Hermann, L’Eglise d’Espagne, 20) were inspired by the same zeal for religious “reform” displayed by the monarch but cannot be compared with the overall reorganisation of the dioceses in the Netherlands.