2 edition of Mediaeval Netherlands religious literature found in the catalog.
Mediaeval Netherlands religious literature
Bibliography: p. 225-226.
|Statement||translated and introduced by E. Colledge.|
|LC Classifications||PT5445 E5C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. --|
|Number of Pages||226|
Religion and Law in Medieval Christian and Muslim Societies presents a series of studies on these phenomena. Our goal is to study the history of the legal status of religious minorities in Medieval societies in all their variety and complexity. The schools and universities of the mediaeval period arose to meet the social needs of that time. The book charts developments up to the sixteenth century when the Reformation brought profound social and religious changes which affected education: not only the organisation of .
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Religious writers produced poetry, stories, essays, and dialogues, written both in Latin and in vernacular* languages.However, contrary to accepted wisdom, a continuous tradition of tolerance in the Netherlands is impossible to establish.
True, the Netherlands experienced remarkable phases of tolerance in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, as well as in the last decades of the twentieth century.