4 edition of Johann Heinrich Alsted, 1588-1638 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -252) and index.
|Series||Oxford historical monographs|
|LC Classifications||DAW1047.A47 H68 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||99053673|
Johann Heinrich Alsted () was a German Reformed Pastor, Theologian, and Encyclopedist. He served as Professor of Philosophy and Theology at Herborn (). In Mosis Pentateuchum. Benedictus Aretius () was a Swiss scholar and Reformed Theologian, serving as Professor of Theology at Bern (). Book Subtitle Johann Heinrich Alsted and the Birth of Calvinist Millenarianism Authors. Howard Hotson; *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version.
In the years following the publication of the Systema physicae harmonicae, the Peripatetic and biblical components of Johann Heinrich Alsted's proposed synthesis were developed in his philosophical and biblical encyclopedias. Alsted wrote a letter on Ma , which was published fourteen years later in Hamburg by Joachim Morsius. It is addressed to a student, Josua von der Tann, on the. With Howard Hotson's book on Johann Heinrich Alsted we move from the quotidian concerns of a sixteenth-century German student to the lofty heights of a professor of philosophy and theology. Alsted () was a Calvinist polyhistor, encyclopedist, philosopher, and theologian who spent most of his life at the academy of Herborn, in the small.
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Johann Heinrich Alsted Between Renaissance, Reformation, and Universal Reform (Oxford Historical Monographs) 1st Edition by Howard Hotson (Author) › Visit Amazon's Howard Hotson Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 2. Johann Heinrich Alsted, professor of philosophy and theology at the Calvinist academy of Heborn, was a man of many parts. A deputy to the famous Synod of Dort and greatest encyclopaedist of his age, he was also a pioneer of Calvinist millenarianism and a devoted student of astrology, alchemy,Lullism, and the works of Giordano Bruno.
Johann Heinrich Alsted (–) Being one of the most important encyclopedists of all times, Johann Heinrich Alsted – Comenius' master in Herborn – published a large amount of pansophist works with the purpose of reforming early modern scholarship and education.
Johann Heinrich Alsted, professor 1588-1638 book philosophy and theology Johann Heinrich Alsted the Calvinist academy of Herborn, was a man of many facets. A deputy to the famous Synod of Dort and the greatest encyclopaedist of his age, he was also a pioneer of Calvinist millenarianism and a devoted student of astrology, alchemy, Lullism, and the works of Giordano Bruno.
This book provides a uniquely detailed case study of the origins of millenarianism within the vast opera of one of its earliest and most influential Calvinist exponents: the Herborn encyclopedist Johann Heinrich Alsted (). The young Alsted, it emerges, looked forward not to the millennium of Apocalypse 20 but to a brief, final period of enhanced illumination described in a poorly.
"The Academization of Reformation Teaching in Johann Heinrich Alsted (–)" published on 01 Jan by Brill. HOWARD HOTSON, Johann Heinrich Alsted Between Renaissance, Reformation, and Universal Reform [Oxford Historical Monographs]. Clarendon Press, Oxfordxiv + pp.
ISBN in Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History. Life. Alsted was born in was educated at Herborn Academy in the state of Hesse, studying under Johannes he was at the University of Marburg, taught by Rudolf Goclenius, Gregorius Schönfeld and Raphaël following year he went to Basel, where his teachers were Leonhardt Zubler for mathematics, Amandus Polanus von Polansdorf for theology, and Johann Buxtorf.
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(fix it) Similar books and articles. Alsted and Leibniz on God, the Magistrate and the Millennium. Johann Heinrich Alsted. Johann Heinrich Alsted, German Reformed theologian ( -- November 8, ), was the author of a famous series of compendiums of general knowledge, including the first complete modern Bible dictionary, and a highly-regarded also represented the Church of Nassau at the Synod of Dordt, and served as Professor of Philosophy and Divinity at Herborn.
Get this from a library. Johann Heinrich Alsted between Renaissance, Reformation, and universal reform. [Howard Hotson]. Get this from a library. Johann Heinrich Alsted, between Renaissance, Reformation, and universal reform. [Howard Hotson] -- "Johann Heinrich Alsted, professor of philosophy and theology at the Calvinist academy of Herborn, was a man of many parts.
A deputy to the famous Synod of Dort and the greatest encyclopaedist of his. In a book written to help preachers, there are suggestions of books for them to use, and in this list we find Alsted's Chronology, p.
26, and his commentaries on various Bible passages, pp. 28, 32, 34, 41 and The author recognizes Alsted as among the most valuable of recent commentators: “Amongst the later writers, some are eminent for. The Encyclopaedia Cursus Philosophici is an encyclopedia of Johann Heinrich Alsted (–).
Johann Heinrich Alsted published the Encyclopaedia in seven volumes in in Herborn. It is often argued that this is the first work to bear the title "encyclopedia", though Joachim Sterck van Ringelbergh's Lucubrationes vel potius absolutissima.
This book provides a uniquely detailed case study of the origins of millenarianism within the vast opera of one of its earliest and most influential Calvinist exponents: the Herborn encyclopedist Johann Heinrich Alsted ().
The young Alsted, it emerges, looked forward not to the millennium of Apocalypse 20 but to a brief, final period of enhanced illumination described in a poorly Reviews: 1. Johann Heinrich Alsted published the Encyclopaedia in seven volumes in in is often argued that this is the first work to bear the title "encyclopedia", though Joachim Sterck van Ringelbergh's Lucubrationes vel potius absolutissima kyklopaideia was published inand Paul Scalich published Encyclopediae seu orbis disciplinarum tam sacrarum quam profanarum epistemon in Other work inspired by Lull includes the logic and notational system of the German logician Johann Heinrich Alsted (–).
The work of Vives and Alsted represents perhaps the first systematic effort at a logical symbolism. Alsted, Johann Heinrich, Publisher Sydney: W.A. Gullick Collection cornell; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Cornell University Library Contributor usage rights See terms Language EnglishPages: Howard Hotson, Johann Heinrich Alsted – Between Renaissance, Reformation, and universal reform.
Clarendon Press, Oxford u.a.ISBN (en inglés) Howard Hotson, Paradise postponed: Johann Heinrich Alsted and the birth of Calvinist millenarianism. Kluwer, Dordrecht u.a. ISBN (en inglés). | German Calvinist. Trained at the Reformed Academy of Herborn, he then studied at Marburg, Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Strasbourg, and Basle.
Returning to his alma mater, he taught in the preparatory school and later joined the faculty of the philosophy department at Herborn. When dissension broke out between Reformed and Arminian, and the [[Synod.
Early Lists and a Biblical Encyclopedia: Johann Heinrich Alsted. One hallmark of the seventeenth-century intellectual landscape was indefatigable list-making.
Few scholars of the era were more accomplished at list-making than German logician Johann Heinrich Alsted ().The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.
This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.This theologian, Johann Heinrich Alsted (),V a Rhineland Calvinist, was trained at Herborn, where his father was a teacher.
At the time he enrolled in the school, it was just beginning to reach the height of its prestige and had about This book, which is a summary of the leading Reformed theologians from Calvin onwards.