Contexts of Conscience in the Early Modern Europe, 1500-1700

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Each of the contributors is a recognised expert in their fieldThe volume departs from previous work on the conscience and casuistry by introducing analysis of the practical applications of conscience and the methods of casuistryThe collection responds to changes of focus in early modern history, in dealing with the impact of conscience and casuistry upon understandings of gender and sexuality
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Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Introduction Scrupulosity and Conscience: Probabilism in Early Modern Scholastic Ethics; M.Stone Was William Perkin's 'Whole Treatise of Cases of Consciences' Casuistry?: Hermeneutics and British Practical Divinity; J.Keenan Ordeal of Conscience: Casuistry, Conformity and Confessional Identity in Post-Reformation England; A.Walsham 'Fuggir la libertà della coscienza': Conscience and the Inquisition in Sixteenth-Century Italy; N.Davidson Conscience, Counsel and Theocracy at the Spanish Hapsburg Court; H.Braun The Decline of Conscience as a Political Guide: William Higden's 'View of the English Constitution' (1709); E.Vallance The Disquieted Mind in Casuistry and Natural Philosophy: Robert Boyle and Thomas Barlow; M.Hunter Rules of Conscience and the Case of Galileo; R.Schüßler Gender, Conscience and Casuistry: Women and Conflicting Obligations in Early Modern England; B.Capp 'Secret and Immodest Curiosities'?: Sex, Marriage and Conscience in Early Modern England; D.Turner 'The Strongest Bond of Conscience': Oaths and the Limits of Tolerance in Early Modern England; J.Spurr Conscience, Law and Things Indifferent: Arguments on Toleration from the Vestiarian Controversy to Hobbes and Locke; J.Somerville Index Bibliography
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In the early modern period, the conscience stood as a powerful mediator between God and man, directing and judging moral actions. This collection conveys the breadth of the conscience's jurisdiction, analyzing its impact on politics, religion, science, and the understanding of gender and sexuality. It demonstrates how individuals resolved ethical problems in these areas through applying the methods of casuistry, the branch of theology devoted to resolving difficult moral cases. However, casuistry itself was challenged by newer sources of moral guidance.
Editiert von: H. Braun, E. Vallance
BERNARD CAPP Professor of History, University of WarwickNICHOLAS DAVIDSON Lecturer in Modern History and Tutorial Fellow, St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford
MICHAEL HUNTER Professor of History, Birkbeck College, University of London
JAMES KEENAN Professor of Moral Theology, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
RUDOLF SHÜßLER Professor of Philosophy, University of Bayreuth, Germany
JOHANN SOMMERVILLE Professor of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
JOHN SPURR Reader in History, University of Wales, Swansea
MARTIN STONE Professor of Philosophy, Leuven Catholic University, Belgium
DAVID TURNER Lecturer in History, University of Glamorgan
ALEXANDRA WALSHAM Senior Lecturer in History, University of Exeter

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Autor: H. Braun
ISBN-13 :: 9781403915658
ISBN: 1403915652
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.12.2003
Verlag: PALGRAVE
Gewicht: 422g
Seiten: 237
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2003
Sonstiges: Buch, 223x138x18 mm
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