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Heterodoxy in Late Imperial China

Heterodoxy in Late Imperial China Author Kwang-Ching Liu
ISBN-10 0824825381
Release 2004-01
Pages 523
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Ten international academics explore heterodoxy dissent challenging the beliefs and meanings of the established norm in late Imperial China. In this process, they trace the origins of the cultural and intellectual protests to aspects of Daoism and Buddhism in the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911)



Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy

Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy Author William Greenough Thayer Shedd
ISBN-10 HARVARD:AH489H
Release 1893
Pages 297
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Radical Feminists of Heterodoxy

Radical Feminists of Heterodoxy Author Judith Schwarz
ISBN-10 UVA:X000755884
Release 1982
Pages 110
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An account of heterodoxy, the club for unorthodox women that flourished in Greenwich Village from 1912 through the 30s.



Orthodoxy Heterodoxy and Dissent in India

Orthodoxy  Heterodoxy  and Dissent in India Author Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt
ISBN-10 3110096595
Release 1984
Pages 179
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The Intellectual Consequences of Religious Heterodoxy 1600 1750

The Intellectual Consequences of Religious Heterodoxy  1600 1750 Author
ISBN-10 9789004226081
Release 2012-03-02
Pages 344
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Challenging the common assumption that religious heterodoxy was a prelude to the secularisation of thought, this volume explores the variety of relations between heterodox theology, political thought, moral and natural philosophy and historical writing in both Protestant and Catholic Europe from 1600 to the Enlightenment.



Heresy in the Later Middle Ages

Heresy in the Later Middle Ages Author Gordon Leff
ISBN-10 0719057434
Release 1999
Pages 800
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Heterodoxy in Early Modern Science and Religion

Heterodoxy in Early Modern Science and Religion Author John Hedley Brooke
ISBN-10 0199268975
Release 2005
Pages 373
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The separation of science and religion in modern secular culture can easily obscure the fact that in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Europe ideas about nature were intimately related to ideas about God. Readers of this book will find fresh and exciting accounts of a phenomenon common to both science and religion: deviation from orthodox belief. How is heterodoxy to be measured? How might the scientific heterodoxy of particular thinkers impinge on their religious views? Would heterodoxy in religion create a predisposition towards heterodoxy in science? Might there be a homology between heterodox views in both domains? Such major protagonists as Galileo and Newton are re-examined together with less familiar figures in order to bring out the extraordinary richness of scientific and religious thought in the pre-modern world.



Conference on Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in Late Imperial China Cultural Beliefs and Social Divisions La Casa de Maria Montecito California August 20 26 1981

Conference on  Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in Late Imperial China   Cultural Beliefs and Social Divisions   La Casa de Maria  Montecito  California  August 20 26  1981 Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:215185386
Release 1981
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Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy

Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy Author Joseph Parrish
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044081822900
Release 1857
Pages 48
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Heterodoxy Spinozism and Free Thought in Early Eighteenth Century Europe

Heterodoxy  Spinozism  and Free Thought in Early Eighteenth Century Europe Author Silvia Berti
ISBN-10 9789401587358
Release 2013-03-09
Pages 532
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'the oldest biography of Spinoza', La Vie de Mr. Spinosa, which in the manuscript copies is often followed by L'Esprit de M. Spinosa. Margaret Jacob, in her Radical Enlightenment, contended that the Traite was written by a radical group of Freemasons in The Hague in the early eighteenth century. Silvia Berti has offered evidence it was written by Jan Vroesen. Various discussions in the early eighteenth century consider many possi ble authors from the Renaissance onwards to whom the work might be attributed. The Trois imposteurs has attracted quite a bit of recent attention as one of the most significant irreligious clandestine writings available in the Enlightenment, which is most important for understanding the develop ment of religious scepticism, radical deism, and even atheism in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Scholars for the last couple of decades have been trying to assess when the work was actually written or compiled and by whom. In view of the widespread distribution of manu scripts of the work all over Europe, they have also been seeking to find out who was influenced by the work, and what it represented for its time. Hitherto unknown manuscripts are being turned up in public and private libraries all over Europe and the United States.



Pragmatic Toleration

Pragmatic Toleration Author Victoria Christman
ISBN-10 9781580465168
Release 2015-04-20
Pages 256
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Using the case of early-sixteenth-century Antwerp, argues that practices of religious toleration in the Christian West first emerged not as the outgrowth of beliefs about human rights, but as a practical consequence of religious coexistence.



Dante and Heterodoxy

Dante and Heterodoxy Author Maria Luisa Ardizzone
ISBN-10 9781443868211
Release 2014-10-02
Pages 322
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Dante and Heterodoxy: The Temptations of 13th Century Radical Thought, edited and with an introduction by Maria Luisa Ardizzone, collects several studies devoted to discussing Dante’s work in the light of the intellectual debate that developed in thirteenth century Europe after the entrance of new Aristotelian learning and the diffusion of Greek-Arabic thought, in particular the Latin translations of works by Ibn Rushd (Averroes). What takes form in the various articles is the emerging of an interest in the philosophical and scientific contents of Dante’s opus. Heterodoxy in this volume is thus linked to, but not always coincident with, what medieval scholars such as Ferdinand Van Steenberghen or Alain De Libera term “radical Aristotelianism” or “Integral Aristotelianism”. The word “temptations”, as its meaning clearly shows, delineates not an organic link with heterodox or radical ideas, but rather an intermittent inclination to include or evaluate themes related to these ideas. “Temptations” implies a search, an interrogation that consists of the doubts and uncertainties of a poet strongly involved in the intellectual debate of his time and culture, and for whom philosophy and theology are not fields of opposition but different modes of inquiry.



Representation Heterodoxy and Aesthetics

Representation  Heterodoxy  and Aesthetics Author Ashley Marshall
ISBN-10 9781611495355
Release 2014-12-23
Pages 286
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This book is a wide-ranging study of British literature and art from the late seventeenth through the early nineteenth centuries, one that stresses the connections between visual and verbal representation.



Freethinkers Libertines and Schw rmer Heterodoxy in German Literature 1750 1800

Freethinkers  Libertines and Schw  rmer Heterodoxy in German Literature  1750 1800 Author Kevin Hilliard
ISBN-10 0854572252
Release 2011
Pages 290
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Religion mattered in the eighteenth century and has not ceased to matter since. How German writers responded to the crisis of orthodox forms of belief in the period is a matter of abiding interest. Some remained rooted in orthodoxy. Many others rejected it, often without knowing for certain what they wished to put in its place.



Heterodoxy and Culture

Heterodoxy and Culture Author Jeffrey Thomas Kenney
ISBN-10 OCLC:786482551
Release 1991
Pages 259
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This thesis is a study of the place of the Khawarij, the first sectarian movemen t in Islamic history, in the Islamic tradition. Its focus is on the historical, and historicizing, process by which the Khawarij were transformed from protest m ovement to symbol of religious extremism. One of the results of the emergence an d formulation of a Sunni orthodoxy was an intellectual ordering of the past whic h created a category of thought known as the 'Khawarij.' Sunni historians and th eologians invested the Khawarij with prohibiting power, using the rebels as a so cial policing mechanism to define and defend the borders of Islam: they were mad e a negative symbol within the mental space of the Islamic tradition to prevent similar types of rebels from infringing on the community's social and political space. Using historical critical analysis, the chapters sketch out the formulati on and development of the category 'Khawarij' by looking at ways in which the Kh awarij have been portrayed in various periods the Islamic literary tradition. Ch apter 1 reviews the works of early Sunni historians, such as al-Tabari and al-Ba ladhuri, who collected the earliest reports on which the present historical unde rstanding of the Khawarij rests, and from which later Muslim writers constructed their theologically and politically loaded presentations. Chapter 2 focuses on al-Shahrastani's Milal, analyzing how orthodox theologians, using the heresiogra phical format, de-historicized and reified the Khawarij into a category of Musli m extremism. Chapter 3 traces out the influence of the Sunni imposed category 'K hawarij' on a surviving sub-sect of the Khawarij, the Ibadis. In his heresiograp hical work al-Kashf, the Ibadi author al-Qalhati reconfigured Ibadi history to d istance the Ibadi community from their infamous ancestors, despite the evident h istorical and ideological connections which bound them together. Finally, Chapte r 4 examines the use of the appellation 'Khawarij' in the rhetorical exchanges b etween militant Islamic resurgence groups and the official 'ulama' in 20th centu ry Egypt. Drawing on their theological tradition, contemporary religious scholar s have classified modern, violent reformists as 'Khariji' in order to suggest th at their actions are beyond the acceptable limits of religious and political exp ression.



Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy

Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy Author Andrew Stephen Damick
ISBN-10 1944967176
Release 2017
Pages 415
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This new edition of the bestselling Orthodoxy & Heterodoxy is fully revised and significantly expanded. Major new features include a full chapter on Pentecostalism and the Charismatic movements, an expanded epilogue, and a new appendix ("How and Why I Became an Orthodox Christian"). More detail and more religions and movements have been included, and the book is now addressed broadly to both Orthodox and non-Orthodox, making it even more sharable than before.



Light and Longing

Light and Longing Author Sonya A. Ingwersen
ISBN-10 UTEXAS:059173026906711
Release 1986
Pages 326
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Modernism as a literary aesthetic flourished in Hispano-America and Spain for over fifty years (1882-1935). Its surface and inspiration seem alien to us. Yet it was an age remarkably like our own: a time of alarmingly rapid change and uncertainty about the future. Dissatisfaction with a Church that seemed to have turned her back upon science and modern learning was rife among writers, artists and intellectuals. In religion as in other areas of life, the Modernist was an eclectic drawn to those ideas which have been rejected by Judaeo-Christian orthodoxy: the heterodox and the occult. Silva's De sobremesa and the poetry of Dario document the religious pilgrimage of an epoch."