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Title Orthodoxies and heterodoxies in early modern German culture : order and creativity, 1550-1750 / edited by Randolph C. Head and Daniel Christensen
Published Leiden : Brill ; Biggleswade : Extenza Turpin [distributor], 2007
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Description 1 online resource (pages cm)
Series Studies in central European histories ; 42
Studies in Central European histories ; 42
Contents Introduction: orthodoxies and heterodoxies in the early modern German experience / Randolph C. Head and Daniel Christensen -- Part 1. Epistemologies. From the history of religions to the history of 'religion': the late Reformation and the challenge to sui generis religion / Nathan Baruch Rein -- Orthodoxy and variation: the role of adiaphorism in early modern Protestantism / Markus Friedrich -- Dreams, standards of knowledge and orthodoxy in Germany in the sixteenth century / Claire Cantet -- Part 2. Practices. Religious, confessional and cultural conflicts among neighbors: observations on the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries / Thomas Kaufmann -- Editing Italian music for Lutheran Germany / Susan Lewis Hammond -- God's plan for the Swiss confederation: Heinrich Bullinger, Jakob Ruf and their uses of historical myth in reformation Zurich / Hildegard Elisabeth Keller -- Why did seventeenth-century estates address the jurisdictions of their princes as fatherlands? War, territorial absolutism and duties to the fatherland in seventeenth-century German political discourse / Robert von Friedeburg -- Part 3. Limitations. The exemplary painting of Hans Burgkmair the Elder: history at the Munich court of Wilhelm IV / Ashley West -- 'Von dem am Konigl. Preusischen hofe abgeschafften ceremoniel': monarchical representations and the court ceremony in Fredrick William I's Prussia / Benjamin Marschke -- Ambiguities of silence: the provocation of the void for Baroque culture / Claudia Benthien
Summary A collection of essays that address orthodoxy and its challenges in religion, politics, and the arts
Notes Includes index
Selected conference papers
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Subject Germany -- History -- 1517-1648 -- Congresses.
Germany -- Intellectual life -- Congresses.
Germany -- Religion -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Christensen, Daniel Eric.
Head, Randolph Conrad.
ISBN 1282602705