VOL 22 RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION





Part Four. The Modern World
1. The Order of Power: Machiavelli 31
§1. Biographical--Machiavelli and Guicciardini 32
§2. The Problems of the Age--The Trauma of 1494 34
§3. The Italian Tradition 38
   a. Cardinal Albornoz
   b. Coluccio Salutati
   c. Humanistic Historiography
§4. The Asiatic Background 42
   a. The Shadow of Asia
   b. Poggio Bracciolini
   c. The Vita Tamerlani
   d. Conclusion
§5. The Vita di Castruccio Castracani 55
§6. The Discorsi 59
§7. The Principe 72
§8. Conclusion 82
2. The Order of Reason: Erasmus and More 88
§1. The Year 1516 89
§2. The Christianity of Erasmus 91
§3. The Ascetic Prince and the Vulgus 97
§4. The Range of Princely Asceticism 101
§5. Erasmus on War 104
§6. The Problem of Power 105
§7. Utopia and America 109
§8. Somewhere and Nowhere 113
§9. Pride and Property 119
§10. Utopian Warfare 125
3. The People of God 131
§1. Institution and Movement 131
§2. Periodization of the Movement 136
§3. The Range of the Movement 138
§4. Church and Sect 140
§5. Reform and Anticivilizational Effects 143
§6. A Glimpse of Sion's Glory 145
§7. The Social Structure of the Movement 148
§8. Eastern Influences on the Western Movement--Dionysius Areopagita 151
§9. The Ideas of the Movements 157
   a. The Albigensians
   b. Erigena
   c. The Two Worlds
   d. A Sermon by Thomas Collier
   e. The Queries to Lord Fairfax
   f. Activism and Nihilism
§10. The Free Spirit 177
   a. State of the Problem
   b. The Ortliebians
   c. Beguinism Eckhart
   d. The Ninth Rock Stupor and Outburst
   e. The Paracletes
   f. Hieronymus Bosch
§11. Apollonian Imperium 201
   a. Burdach's Conception of the Renaissance
   b. Boniface VIII The Homo Spiritualis
   c. Dante Intellect and Grace
   d. Conclusion
Part Five. The Great Confusion
1. The Great Confusion I: Luther and Calvin 217
§1. Press and Public 218
§2. The Schism--The Disputation of Leipzig 220
§3. The Historicity of Symbols--Church and Transubstantiation 223
§4. The Ninety-Five Theses 228
§5. The Address to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation 231
§6. Justification through Faith 248
§7. Afterthoughts 260
§8. Calvin and Predestination 268






		

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