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July 2016

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ISBN 978-3-11-028999-2
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Neue Diskurse der Gelehrtenkultur in der Frühen Neuzeit

Ein Handbuch

[New Discourses on Early Modern Scholarly Culture: A Handbook]

Ed. by Jaumann, Herbert / Stiening, Gideon

    Aims and Scope

    The New Discourses are a continuation of the book published in 2011, bringing together discourses from multiple disciplines, making the book relevant to the history of the disciplines and scholarship. Over 20 essays on early modern scholarship include such themes as the “republic of scholars,” book censorship, concepts of politics and theology, image conflicts, atheism, cosmography, technology, the problem of death in medicine, and the New World.

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    23.5 x 15.5 cm
    Includes a print version and an ebook
    Type of Publication:
    Discourse; Early Modern Age; Scholarly Culture
    Literary scholars, Cultural scientist, Historians of science

    MARC record

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    Herbert Jaumann,University of Greifswald, Germany; Gideon Stiening,LMU Munich, Germany.

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