5 edition of Perspectives on early modern and modern intellectual history found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -506) and index.
|Contributions||Struever, Nancy S., Marino, Joseph, 1955-, Schlitt, Melinda Wilcox, 1959-|
|LC Classifications||CB367 .P47 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 509 p. :|
|Number of Pages||509|
|LC Control Number||00059944|
The trade brought in a massive amount of silver, which China at the time needed desperately. The ensuing breakdown of authority and people's livelihoods allowed rebel leaders, such as Li Zichengto challenge Ming authority. In a world where the material forms of text and modes of communication are constantly in flux, knowledge of what has come before, achieved through a book-historical mindset, can help historians better understand both the past and the present. There is no a-historical Islam outside the process of historical development. Classical Islamic scholars and authors include:.
Fresh Perspectives on the Levellers A convincing account of early modern political organisation gives voice to lesser-known figures. The copy began: The Western world is decadent. Islamic culture is not a simple and unified entity. Society in the Japanese " Tokugawa period " Edo societyunlike the shogunates before it, was based on the strict class hierarchy originally established by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. It also allows us to have a better baseline to understand the precipitous decline of the Chinese polity in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The history of Islam, like that of other religions, is a history of different interpretations and approaches to Islam.
Advances in all areas of human activity— politicsindustrysocietyeconomicscommercetransportcommunicationmechanizationautomationsciencemedicinetechnologyand culture —appear to have transformed an Old World into the Modern or New World. In the 16th century the Ming dynasty flourished over maritime trade with the Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch Empires. Post-romanticism : Reaction to naturalismopposes external-only observations by adding internal observations scholarly sources Comtevon Ranke. This label amused both Giesey and his students, none of whom aspired to be a school. Material texts bear the evidence of intellectual transactions, not just in their content but in the way they were constructed, circulated, and read. Students in his seminars learned to value association and shared learning, gaining from him the practice of historians as members of a community dedicated to patience, hard work, tolerance, honesty to sources, imagination, and fairness.
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Other ancient intellectual currents in East Asia include Buddhism and Daoism. Because so few publisher records survive from this period, however, Allen has had to rely on estimates of how much paper the printers used in their publications to draw conclusions about their financial security.
Engaged with the intellectual prominence of fascism and socialism in Europe in the s and s, which they saw needed both repudiation and study, as a way to re-establish the individual against the values of a hostile and destructive series of communities creating alienation, isolation, and individual meaninglessness.
The relations were rich, problematic, and in some cases strained, alternating between opposition and dialogue, osmosis and distinction. View the books available in the TNC series. The Tokugawa shogunate ruled from Edo Castle from untilwhen it was abolished during the Meiji Restoration in the late Edo period often called the Late Tokugawa shogunate.
It deals with the intellectual standards in ancient India in terms of political institutions. There are also annoying digressions, e. This work was a collaboration between Chinese and European painters. We promise you four lively, provocative issues of the only international journal devoted to exploring self-transformation in the contemporary world and the teaching of G.
Rees traces the growth of this Leveller movement through the involvement of the printers William Larner and Richard Overton in the production of illicit anti-episcopal works in the late s. He joined the U. This is the Atlas of Early Printinga digital book history project designed as a tool for teaching the expansion of printing in Europe alongside its socioeconomic contexts.
He took pleasure in collegial conviviality and hospitality; his regular gourmet dinners for faculty and friends were eagerly anticipated; his extended fishing expeditions continued long into his retirement.
Some people in Europe have considered it to have been the "state religion" in East Asian countries because of governmental promotion of Confucianist values and needs.
Giesey was Kantorowicz's assistant at the Institute for Advanced Study —55, to which he returned in —65 and —76 as a visiting member of its School of Historical Studies. Ralph Giesey taught as an instructor at Vassar College in —56 and then at the University of Washington in — There is an earnest but quite unnecessary counting of word-genders, presented as further evidence that early moderns understood that males could be witches.
The writing is at university level. In following the close associations of ideas, texts, rituals, and images in the French construction of representations of rulership, his body of work will maintain importance in political and intellectual history for many years to come. Its materialism is dangerous.
Islamic thought includes a variety of different intellectual disciplines, including theology, the study of the Qur'anthe study of Hadithhistorygrammarrhetoric and philosophy. Koenigsberger Photo from Amazon This book, a historical classic, is now being republished under Longman's 'silver' series of famous texts.
When Beijing was captured by Li Zicheng 's peasant rebels inthe Chongzhen Emperorthe last Ming emperor, committed suicide. Authors in this series are all highly respected ceramic practitioners.Home > Publications & Directories > Perspectives on History > Issues > November > In sides of the Atlantic securely established ceremonies as instrumental to a complete understanding of late medieval and early modern history.
In his body of work will maintain importance in political and intellectual history for many years to come. The Gurdjieff Journal—Fourth Way Perspectives. Book Review Against the Modern World: Traditionalism and the Secret Intellectual History of the 20th Century. by. Modern European intellectual history: reappraisals and new perspectives.
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“ Nine momentous essays in intellectual history of Italian Jewry in the Early Modern Period, by one of the most skilled specialists of the field. Topics deal with a wide range of issues, such as philosophy, Kabbalah, humanism, politics, allegorical representations of space, and others.
Perspectives on Early Modern and Modern Intellectual History brings together several disciplines and historical periods, and three generations of scholars to celebrate the pedagogical and scholarly career of Nancy Struever, who taught in the Humanities Center and Department of .