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Hofkritik im Licht humanistischer Lebens- und Bildungsideale

ENEA SILVIO PICCOLOMINI, De miseriis curialium (1444), Über das Elend der Hofleute und VLRICHI DE HUTTEN, Equitis Germani Aula Dialogus (1518), Aula, eines deutschen Ritters Dialog über den Hof

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A key tenet in the criticism of medieval and early modern courts is: “Let him who desires to be righteous retire from the court” (Exeat Aula, qui vult esse pius). How Enea Silvio Piccolimini and Ulrich von Hutten perceived, criticized and justified courtly life, is the subject of this book.

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