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William Chillingworth and the theory of toleration
Jacob David Hyman
|Statement||by J. D. Hyman.|
|LC Classifications||BR1610 .H8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||84,  p.|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||31033997|
Renaissance, The Elizabethan World - Life in Tudor England. Chillingworth, William (DNB00) - Wikisource, the free online library. this first section that follows, I introduce the humanist theory of tolera-tion with the views of the Dutch-born, Catholic Desiderius Erasmus (). It was Erasmus who established the skeptical and consen-sual foundations of humanist toleration. I then turn to the figure of William Chillingworth (), English Protestant and author of.
William Chillingworth rebuts the charge of anti-Trinitarianism levelled against him by the Jesuit, Knott, Edward: The religion of Protestants a safe way to salvation, London (RSTC ), sig. §§2v. Francis Cheynell expresses his scepticism of Chillingworth's denial in Chillingworthi novissima, London (Wing C), sig. C4r–v. Syntax; Advanced Search; New. All new items; Books; Journal articles; Manuscripts; Topics. All Categories; Metaphysics and Epistemology.
Among the many topics discussed, on the basis of firm knowledge and with reasonableness, are the King and the nature of his claim, the parliamentary opposition and its conceptions and the possibility of compromise, the approach to Toleration, Puritanism and the Laudian Church, and the final collapse of government. Pierre Desmaizeaux, Historical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of William Chillingworth (London, ), pp. 49– Chillingworth, of course, eventually subscribed to the Thirty-Nine Articles and becomes a bishop in due course. who is a crusader for toleration and Whig political theory, as a latitudinarian theologian. See.
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William Chillingworth and the theory of toleration, Published by Harvard University Press, Used Condition: Good Hardcover. Chillingworth, The Religion of Protestants, cit., pp. – “This perswasion is no singularity of mine but the doctrin which I have learned from Divines of great learning and judgment.
Let the Reader be pleased to peruse the seventh book of Acont. de Strat. Satanae”. Remer also finds that the primary humanist model for a full-fledged theory of toleration was the Ciceronian rhetorical category of sermo (conversation).The historical scope of this book is wide-ranging.
Remer begins by focusing on the works of four humanists: Desiderius Erasmus, Jacobus Acontius, William Chillingworth, and Jean Bodin. It explores the origin of the concept of toleration and suggests that John Locke's theory in Epistola provides the most decisively philosophical iteration of the British sectarian pluralist argument for toleration in the seventeenth century.
The chapter also considers the relevant works of Thomas Hobbes, William Chillingworth, and Roger Williams. [William Chillingworth, the son of a citizen of Oxford, was born in ; Laud, then a Fellow of St.
John’s, was his godfather. Entered at Trinity College inhe graduated two years later, and, inhe was elected a Fellow of his College. He took from the first an active part in the.
John Locke's Letter Concerning Toleration () is one of the most widely-read texts in the political theory of toleration, and a key text for the liberal tradition. However, Locke also defended toleration more extensively in three subsequent Letters, which he wrote in response to criticism by an Anglican cleric, Jonas Proast.
Remer also finds that the primary humanist model for a full-fledged theory of toleration was the Ciceronian rhetorical category of sermo (conversation).The historical scope of this book is wide-ranging. Remer begins by focusing on the works of four humanists: Desiderius Erasmus, Jacobus Acontius, William Chillingworth, and Jean : Gary Remer.
This book has been cited by the following publications. this attack on Socinianism was central to efforts to build a church under Cromwell and to provide toleration. The final chapters provide a new account of the religious settlement of the s. The Life of William Chillingworth: Author of ‘The Religion of Protestants ’, ed.
and. Appears in 6 books from Page - An historical and critical account of the life and writings of William Chillingworth, Chancellor of the church of Sarum, L., — JD HYMAN, William Chillingworth and the theory of Toleration, Cambr.
Toleration and Tolerance in Medieval European Literature aims to examine and unearth the critical investigations of toleration and tolerance presented in literary texts of the Middle Ages. In contrast to previous approaches, this volume identifies new methods of interpreting conventional classifications of toleration and tolerance through the emergence of multi-level voices in literary.
descriptions of William Chillingworth's life and work, which are often discussed by historians and theologians.4 Hawthorne borrowed several times from the Salem Athenaeum Clarendon's History of the Rebellion, in which the author describes William Chillingworth's character and gives an.
Gary Remer. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, x + pp. $ ISBN: This study demonstrates the importance of classical rhetoric as a vehicle for the values implicit in toleration, even if it is selective in its examples and ignores instances where the rhetorical mode is less significant.Remer also finds that the primary humanist model for a full-fledged theory of toleration was the Ciceronian rhetorical category of sermo (conversation).
The historical scope of this book is wide-ranging. Remer begins by focusing on the works of four humanists: Desiderius Erasmus, Jacobus Acontius, William Chillingworth, and Jean Bodin.