Christianity and violence in the Middle Ages and early modern period : perspectives from Europe and Japan / Fernanda Alfieri, Takashi Jinno (eds.).  (Text) (Text)

Alfieri, Fernanda | Jinno, Takashi, 1958-
Call no.: BT736.15 .C47 2021Series: Studies in early modern and contemporary European history: v. 3.Publication: Berlin : De Gruyter Oldenbourg, c2021Description: vi, 195 p. : ill. (chiefly col.)ISBN: 9783110639988 (hardcover); 311063998X (hardcover)Subject(s): Violence -- Religious aspects -- ChristianityViolence -- Europe -- HistoryViolence -- Japan -- HistoryEurope -- History -- 1492-Europe -- Religion -- HistoryJapan -- Religion -- HistoryEurope -- History -- 476-1492Additional physical formats: ebook version :: No titleLOC classification: BT736.15 | .C47 2021
Contents:From Divine Violence to Religious Violence : a Socio-Political Interpretation of Exodus / Debora Tonelli -- Holy Scripture, Theology, and Violence : Terror and Samson in the Early Modern Era / Vincenzo Lavenia -- "Nothing violent can last" : Nature, Violence, and Political Legitimacy in a Scholastic Formula / Serena Ferente -- Tyrannicide as an Act of Divine Justice : the Doctrines of Tyrannicide of John of Salisbury and Juan de Mariana / Takashi Jinno -- "Violentia" and the Devil : Early Modern Narratives of Demonic Possession and Catholic Anthropology / Fernanda Alfieri -- Violence and Covenant in Machiavelli's Thinking / Morihisa Ishiguro -- Peace According to the Political Theologians of the Holy Roman Empire at the End of the Thirty Years' War / Taku Minagawa -- Reconquista and Muslim Vassals : Religion, Politics, and Violence on the Medieval Iberian Peninsula / Yuga Kuroda -- The Global Expansion of Christian Violence in the Old and the New World : from Early Church Fathers to the Jesuits / Kazuhisa Takeda -- Religion and Violence in the Christian Mission in Early Modern Japan / Atsuko Hirayama -- The Privateering by the Knights of Saint Stephen against Turks and Barbary Pirates : Violence and Religion in Seventeenth-Century Printed News Narratives / Giovanni Ciappelli.
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From Divine Violence to Religious Violence : a Socio-Political Interpretation of Exodus / Debora Tonelli -- Holy Scripture, Theology, and Violence : Terror and Samson in the Early Modern Era / Vincenzo Lavenia -- "Nothing violent can last" : Nature, Violence, and Political Legitimacy in a Scholastic Formula / Serena Ferente -- Tyrannicide as an Act of Divine Justice : the Doctrines of Tyrannicide of John of Salisbury and Juan de Mariana / Takashi Jinno -- "Violentia" and the Devil : Early Modern Narratives of Demonic Possession and Catholic Anthropology / Fernanda Alfieri -- Violence and Covenant in Machiavelli's Thinking / Morihisa Ishiguro -- Peace According to the Political Theologians of the Holy Roman Empire at the End of the Thirty Years' War / Taku Minagawa -- Reconquista and Muslim Vassals : Religion, Politics, and Violence on the Medieval Iberian Peninsula / Yuga Kuroda -- The Global Expansion of Christian Violence in the Old and the New World : from Early Church Fathers to the Jesuits / Kazuhisa Takeda -- Religion and Violence in the Christian Mission in Early Modern Japan / Atsuko Hirayama -- The Privateering by the Knights of Saint Stephen against Turks and Barbary Pirates : Violence and Religion in Seventeenth-Century Printed News Narratives / Giovanni Ciappelli.

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