Unerwartete Absichten – Genealogie des Reuchlinkonflikts 978-3-16-154026-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Jan-Hendryk de Boer

Unerwartete Absichten – Genealogie des Reuchlinkonflikts

[Unexpected Intentions – The Genealogy of the Reuchlin Conflict.]

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In the conflict surrounding Johannes Reuchlin and the treatment of the Jewish books, several developments were compressed into a node in the history of ideas at the crossing from the Middle Ages to the early modern age. Jan-Hendryk de Boer examines these mutually dependent developments which opened up unexpected scope of action for the protagonists present around 1500 and thereby shows the question to emerge as to with which methodological and theoretical tools a history of ideas is nowadays possible.
In the conflict surrounding Johannes Reuchlin and the treatment of the Jewish books, several developments were compressed into a node in the history of ideas at the crossing from the Middle Ages to the early modern age. So arose the questions of how to handle non-Christian knowledge, how to deal with a rampant anti-Semitism and the spread of humanism to the north of the Alps. In addition, the search for the original union of faith and knowledge saw a Christian kabbalah develop, while new forms of publication emerged through the printing press. The formation of a wider, more learned public and finally the crisis of institutions, which up till then had been a stabilizing influence on scholarship, were further factors. Jan-Hendryk de Boer examines these mutually dependent developments which opened up unexpected scope of action for the protagonists present around 1500. From his genealogical analysis, the question emerges as to with which methodological and theoretical tools a history of ideas is nowadays possible.
Authors/Editors

Jan-Hendryk de Boer Geboren 1980; Studium der Mittleren und Neueren Geschichte, Alten Geschichte und Deutschen Philologie in Göttingen; 2009–14 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für die Geschichte des Hoch- und Spätmittelalters; 2014 Promotion in Göttingen; 2015 Postdoc-Stipendium am Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Arbitrium — 37 (2019), S. 47–52 (Jan-Dirk Müller)
In: Germanistik — 58 (2017), 1565 (Martin Przybilski)
In: Reformatorisch Dagblad — 15. April 2017, S. 9 (Herman J. Selderhuis)
In: H-Soz-u-Kult — http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/rezensionen/2017–2-010 (4/2017) (Matthias Dall'Asta)
In: Jahrbuch f. Evang. KirchenG d. Rheinlandes — 67 (2018), S. 268–269 (Christian Volkmar Witt)
In: Zeitschr.f.Histor.Forschung — 45 (2018), S. 582–584 (Albert Schirrmeister)
In: Blätter f.Württ.Kirchengeschichte — 117 (2017), S. 376–378 (Gerald Dörner)
In: Historische Zeitschrift — 308 (2019), S. 801–803 (Christine Magin)
In: Quellen und Forschungen aus Italienischen Archiven u. Bibliotheken — 98 (2018), S. 637–639 (Gerald Dörner)