4 edition of Wessel Gansfort (1419-1489) and northern humanism found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by F. Akkerman, G.C. Huisman, and A.J. Vanderjagt.|
|Series||Brill"s studies in intellectual history,, v. 40|
|Contributions||Akkerman, Fokke., Huisman, Gerda C., Vanderjagt, Arie Johan.|
|LC Classifications||B785.G254 W47 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 425 p. :|
|Number of Pages||425|
|LC Control Number||93012963|
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Wessel Gansfort —“A Reformer Before the Reformation” According to the book A History of Christianity, Wessel “held that, being inspired by the Holy Spirit, the Bible is the final authority in matters of faith.” In the modern world, true Christians believe the Bible to be the inspired Word of God.
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Wessel Gansfort: Life and Writings, Volume 1. Wessel Gansfort, Edward Waite Miller, Albert Rizaeus Hardenberg. G.P. Putnam's sons, - Reformation - pages. 0 Reviews.
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1 (). This English translation from the Dutch volume is a study of a quotation by St. Augustine as it was understood in the late medieval period. Marijn de Kroon focuses on how this quotation was interpreted by two theologians: Wessel Gansfort, the Northern humanist and theologian connected to the Devotio moderna and the Brethren of the Common Life, and Martin Bucer, the Protestant reformer who Brand: Westminster John Knox Press.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Wessel Gansfort by Wessel Gansfort; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book. Wessel Gansfort () is the author of a number of astute but difficult texts which indicate the high level of late-medieval spirituality and scholarship in northern Europe.
Together with his younger friend Agricola () he ushered in the beginning of modern intellectual life in the northern part of the Netherlands (the province of.
wessel gansfort between albertism and nominalism WESSEL GANSFORTS STELLUNGNAHME ZUM VITA ACTIVA-VITA CONTEMPLATIVA-FROBLEM: De stabilitate meditationum et modo figendi meditationes, Buch 1 ALBERTISTAE, THOMISTAE UND NOMINALES: DIE PHILOSOPHISCH-HISTORISCHEN HINTERGRÜNDE DER INTELLEKTLEHRE DES WESSEL Author: H.A.
Oberman. the religious thought of Lefevre and that which was characteristic of the Devotio Moderna has been provided by C. Louise salley in her extensive comparisons between Lefevre's Commentary on the Four Gospels, on the one hand, and works suck as the Imitation. Full text of "Wessel Gansfort, life and writings" See other formats.
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van Moolenbroek. These nineteen original studies deal with Wessel Gansfort (), the Modern Devotion and its influence, subjects and personalities of early humanism and the Reformation in the northern Netherlands and Germany.
Topics include, a.o. Regnerus Praedinius, Rodolphus Agricola, Hardenberg, Molanus and. Wessel Gansfort () is the author of a number of astute but difficult texts which indicate the high level of late-medieval spirituality and scholarship in northern Europe. Together with his younger friend Agricola () he ushered in the beginning of modern intellectual life in the northern part of the Netherlands (the province of Groningen) and adjoining Germany.
This volume. Wessel Gansfort (–89) Born at Groningen in the Netherlands, Wessel Gansfort studied in various universities before lecturing in Heidelberg and Paris. He was a pioneer humanist and an expert in Greek and Hebrew. In theology, Gansfort was at first a disciple of Thomas Aquinas, but he later turned to Augustine of Hippo as a safer guide.
Gansfort, Johannes used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany; Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany) Variant Name Gansfoort, Johan Wessel.
See also Wessel Gansfort on Wikipedia; and our Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer. Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 28 — Wessel, Johan WESSEL, JOHAN  (c. ), Dutch theologian, was born at Groningen.
WESSEL GANSFORT'S THEOLOGY OF CHURCH GOVERNMENT* by Dr. MARGARET H. OGILVIE Oxford The details of Wessel Gansfort's life can be briefly summarized. I He was born about in Groningen and attended one of the two parish schools there before proceeding to the town school at Zwolle at the age of twelve or thirteen in orfinanced by Oda Jargis.
On reaching the first. —according to H.A.G. Braakhuis ("Gansfort between Albertism and Nominalism"). The study is ambivalent as regards the assessment of the humanist and pre-Reformation aspects of Gansfort's thinking. To Van Rhijn's pupil Heiko Oberman ("Wessel Gansfort: Magister contradictionis") Gansfort remains the Bible humanist, who harnessed the studia.
Resources by Wessel Gansfort (1) Opera: Facsimile of the Edition Groningen / [Door] Wessel Gansfort Gansfort, Wessel, [ Book: ]. This book presents three independent bodies of work by Henry Wessel, each being a precise sequence arranged to give the viewer the experience of what it felt like to pass through the territory first series "Traffic" shows Wessel's photos of drivers stuck in traffic as he commuted in the early s from Richmond, California, to San Francisco in the morning rush hour.
Wessel. Wessel Gansfort (c. –), the fifteenth-century theologian, known by his contemporaries as the lux mundi, reported in his Tractatus de cohibendis cogitationibus (Treatise on Controlling Thoughts) on the value for meditants of exploring a range of emotional registers.¹ Relaying an anecdote, Gansfort illustrated how he came to recognize.
This last volume has papers on Regnerus Praedinius (), Alexander Hegius (ca), Alexander Candidus (), Wessel Gansfort (), the Bremen Gymnasium Illustre betweenhumanist commentaries on Boethius, scholasticism and humanism, humanism and philosophy, Agricola Latinus, Ubbo Emmius's 'art of description.
Oberman's magisterial work transfers discussion of late medieval Christian thought from the private studies of the specialist to more general use and understanding, and explains the significance of the ideas of the time.
Although this 'Late Medieval Reader' does not exhaust the riches of the period between the High Middle Ages and the Reformation era, it introduces the reader to aspects of /5(2). Wessel Gansfort (), theologian and humanist, spent some of the last years of his life in the monastery of Sint-Agnietenberg near Zwolle (for a book from their library, see lot 65).
He was a reforming spirit of the fifteenth-century Church; he sought to reform abuses within the Church (including the sale of indulgences), and after the.
(GANSFORT). A fifteenth-century Dutch theologian, born at Gröningen in ; died there on 4 Oct., He was educated at Zwolle and lived in the seminary of. Gansfort, or Goesevort, was the name of the village from which the family came.
born in Groningen,died In his Preface to Wessel’s writings,Luther said, "If I had read Wessel earlier, my enemies might have said that Luther drew everything from Wessel, so well do our two minds agree.". BTEC Level 3 National Business Student Book 2 - Catherine Richards, Rob Dransfield; BTEC Level 3 National Health and Social Care: Student Book 1 - Neil Moonie, Carolyn Aldworth; BTEC Level 3 National Health and Social Care: Student Book 2 - Marilyn Billingham, Hilary Talman; BTEC Level 3 National IT Student Book 1 - Karen Anderson, Alan Jarvis.
Heiko A. Oberman, Forerunners of the Reformation: The Shape of Late Medieval Thought Illustrated by Key Documents In this work Oberman provides a late medieval theological reader.
Oberman effectively demonstrates that many ideas of the Reformation were matters of debate in the period immediately leading up to the Reformation.
There were many “forerunners” who struggled. A); two cultural perspectives on the Battle of Lippa, Transylvania (); translation and manipulation of audience expectations in "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"; the dry tree legend in medieval literature; and Wessel Gansfort, John Mombaer, and medieval technologies of the self.
Title: F. Akkerman,Wessel Gansfort () and Northern Humanism Leiden:E.J. Brill, 90 04 7: Author(s): Poel, M.G.M. van derAuthor: M.G.M. van der Poel. Title: 'Magister consensus'. Wessel Gansfort () und die geistliche Kommunion: Author(s): Caspers, C.
Publication year:Author: C.M.A. Caspers. The ancestors of the Gansevoort families originated in a town called Gansfort, situated on the borders of Germany and Holland.
Harme Van Gansevoort (c ) emigrated to America circa A brewer by trade, he set up a brewery business in Albany, New York at the corner of Market and Maiden Lane, which was later replaced by Stanwix Hall.
Wessel Gansfort—“A Reformer Before the Reformation” (3 occurrences) After his death, however, fanatic Catholic monks tried to destroy his writings because these were not considered pure. It included a letter penned by Luther in which he personally recommended Wessel’s writings.
JOHAN WESSEL 1 (c. ), Dutch theologian, was born at Groningen. He was educated at the famous school at Deventer, which was under the supervision of the Brothers of Common Life, and in close connexion with the convent of Mount St Agnes at Zwolle, where Thomas a Kempis was then living.
Title: It's Not about You By: Lebert Wright Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 54 Vendor: Xulon Press Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 2 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWPages: Gabriel Biel (German pronunciation: ; to – 7 December ), was a German scholastic philosopher and member of the Canons Regular of the Congregation of Windesheim, who were the clerical counterpart to the Brethren of the Common Life.
Biel was born in Speyer and died in Einsiedel near he was ordained to the priesthood and entered Heidelberg University to obtain. A still nearer approach to the views of the Reformers was made by Wessel Gansfort, commonly called John Wessel, The name, "John" is disputed by Muurling and Wetzer-Welte and shown by Paulus to be a mistake.
Gansfort, or Goesevort, was the name of the village from which the family came. Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. It is a perfect literature for studying.
Wessel Gansfort Life And Writings volume 1. Wessel Gansfort. Wessel Gansfort Life And Writings volume 1. by Wessel Gansfort. 7 / Beatrice Tyldesley. THE CORRESPONDENCE OF WESSEL GANSFORT: AN INVENTORY JAAP VAN MOOLENBROEK Amsterdam The works of Wessel Gansfort () have never yet been chartcd in a satisfactory manner.
As a critical theologian the author is widely known. A collection of his works was published as early as in Groningen, the town where he was born and where he died.' Even so .