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DOC Ì READER Religion and Culture in Germany 1400 1800 Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions ¶ ROBERT W. SCRIBNER ¶ ✶ [BOOKS] ✪ Religion and Culture in Germany 1400 1800 Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions By Robert The late Bob Scribner was one of the most original and provocative historians of the German Reformation His truly pioneering spirit comes to light in this collection of his most recent essays In the years before his death Scribner explored the role of the senses in late medieval devotional culture and wondered how the Reformation changed sensual attitudes Furth

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Ent first advanced by Max Weber that the Reformation created a rational modern religion Scribner shows that far from being rationalist and anti magical Protestants had their own brand of magic These fine essays are certain to spark off debate not only among historians of the Reformation but also among art historians and anyone interested in the nature of cultur

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Religion and Culture in Germany 1400 1800 Studies in Medieval and Reformation TraditionsEr essays examine the nature of popular culture and the way the Reformation was institutionalised considering Anabaptist ideals of the community of goods literacy and heterodoxy and the dynamics of power as they unfold in a case of witchcraft The final section of the book consists of three iconoclastic essays which together form a sustained assault on the argum

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