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The colloquies of Erasmus.

Desiderius Erasmus

The colloquies of Erasmus.

by Desiderius Erasmus

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Published by Reeves & Turner in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTr. by N. Bailey; ed. with notes, by the Rev. E. Johnson.
ContributionsJohnson, E. 1842-1901 ed.
The Physical Object
Pagination2v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16681387M

an admonitory note of erasmus on the tricks and impostures of a certain dominican, who had published in france the colloquies of erasmus ridiculously interpolated by himself. #erasmus roterodamus# to the divines of louvain, all the; #the preface.# the. george, livinus. family discourse. 2. giles, leonard. of rash vows. arnoldus, cornelius. of Author: Desiderius Erasmus. item 3 Colloquies of Erasmus; Volume I by Desiderius Erasmus Hardcover Book Free Shippi - Colloquies of Erasmus; Volume I by Desiderius Erasmus Hardcover Book Free Shippi. $ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all.

Colloquies of Erasmus, The. This work, a collection of dialogues in Latin, was first published in , and o copies were sold in a short time. No book of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries has had so many editions, and it has been frequently reprinted and retranslated down to the. The Colloquies of Erasmus. by Desiderius Erasmus. ad. Published (originally) in Hail & Fire REPRINTS "But there is one thing in an especial manner, that should recommend this book to all Protestants in general, and cause them to recommend it to be read by their children, that there is no book fitter for them to read, which does in so delightful and instructing a manner.

Erasmus' Familiar Colloquies grew from a small collection of phrases, sentences, and snatches of dialogue written in Paris about to help his private pupils improve their command of Latin. Twenty years later the material was published by Johann Froben (Basel ). It was an immediate success and was reprinted thirty times in the next four years. For the edition of March Erasmus began. Erasmus, Desiderius, Works. English. ; v. [More in this series] Collected works of Erasmus ; ; Summary note Erasmus' Familiar Colloquies grew from a small collection of phrases, sentences, and snatches of dialogue written in Paris around to help his private pupils improve their command of Latin. Bibliographic.


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Erasmus' Familiar Colloquies grew from a small collection of phrases, sentences, and snatches of dialogue written in Paris about to help his private pupils improve their command of Latin. Twenty years later the material was published by Johann Froben (Basel ). It was an immediate success and was reprinted thirty times in the The colloquies of Erasmus.

book four years/5(3). Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (28 October 12 July ), known as Erasmus of Rotterdam, or simply Erasmus, was a Dutch Renaissance humanist, Catholic priest, social critic, teacher, and theologian. Erasmus was a classical scholar and wrote in a pure Latin style.

Among humanists he enjoyed the sobriquet "Prince of the Humanists", and has been called "the crowning glory of the Christian/5(30).

Erasmus' Familiar Colloquies grew from a small collection of phrases, sentences, and snatches of dialogue written in Paris about to help his private pupils improve their command of Latin. Twenty years later the material was published by Johann Froben (Basel ).

It was an immediate success and was reprinted thirty times in the next four years. Erasmus' Familiar Colloquies grew from a small collection of phrases, sentences, and snatches of dialogue written in Paris about to help his private pupils improve their command of Latin.

Twenty years later the material was published by Johann Froben (Basel ). It was an immediate success and was reprinted thirty times in the next four : Desiderius Erasmus. The Colloquies are not treatises on those issues, but were originally written in Latin as an educational aid for studying that language.

Nevertheless, some of the issues of the day certainly come out in the colloquies, and Erasmus took some heat from the Roman Church for some portions/5.

His work "The Colloquies of Erasmus" elevated his profile due to their controversial nature. Designed as a Latin study book for young students, "Colloquies" is written as a series of intellectual dialogues, touching on a wide range of subjects.

Theology, philosophy, and literature are all visited with lightness not void of : Desiderius Erasmus. The Colloquies of Erasmus form a rich quarry of intellectual material, from which each student will extract that which he regards to be of peculiar value.

The linguist, the antiquary, the observer of life and manners, the historian, the moralist, the theologian may all find themselves attracted to these pages.

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His work "The Colloquies of Erasmus" elevated his profile due to their controversial nature. Designed as a Latin study book for young students, "Colloquies" is written as a series of intellectual dialogues, touching on a wide range of subjects.

Theology, philosophy, and literature are all visited with lightness not void of : Neeland Media LLC. Edition used: Desiderius Erasmus, The Colloquies of Erasmus. Translated by Nathan Bailey. Edited with Notes, by the Rev. Johnson, M.A. (London: Reeves and Turner.

Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami Colloquia familiaria nonnulla selecta: or, Some select familiar colloquies of D. Erasmus of Rotterdam: with a literal translation / by Mr. Jno. Clarke, of Hull ; a new ed., in which many errors of former editions (both in the text and translation) have been corrected, and the signs of quantity, to assist the students in pronouncing, are annexed, by James Ross.

Erasmus's familiar colloquies grew from a small collection of phrases, sentences, and snatches of dialogue written in Paris about to help his private pupils improve their command of Latin.

Twenty years later the material was published by Johann Froben (Basel )/5(30). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Erasmus, Desiderius, Ten colloquies. New York, Liberal Arts Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person. an admonitory note of erasmus on the tricks and impostures of a certain dominican, who had published in france the colloquies of erasmus ridiculously interpolated by himself.

A Book of Colloquies had appeared, the material of which was collected partly from domestic talks, partly from my papers; but with a mixture of certain trivialities, not.

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The present volumes of the Collected Works of Erasmus, containing the annotated translation of Erasmus’Familiar Colloquies,are the fruit of singular dedication on the part of their translator and editor, Craig an early member of the Editorial Board (from on) he was one of those, with such as Wallace Ferguson and Sir Roger Mynors, whose initial support of the ambitious aims.

COLLOQUIES ON SOCIETY. INTRODUCTION. It was in that Robert Southey, then fifty years old, published "Sir Thomas More, or Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of Society," a book in two octavo volumes with plates illustrating lake scenery.

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D. ERASMUS Rot. TO JOHN ERASMIUS FROBEN. A Boy of Excellent Promise: Greeting. The Book dedicated to you has surpassed my expectation, my dearest Erasmius: it will be your part to take care that you do not disappoint my expectation. Our studious youth are so in love with the book, seize upon it so eagerly, handle it so constantly, that your father has had repeatedly to print it.