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Autorisierung durch intellektuelle Widmungsempfänger

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The intellectual figurations are developed in combination with the traditional ecclesiastical and secular power structures. Due to the ubiquitous use of the idea of friendship as an essential component, the humanistic existence develops the informal friendly relationship into a formally effective authorship endowing phenomenon. The authoritative effect humanistic figureheads power was so great that they could figure as attribution instances even after death. This reasoning can be continued so in terms of connectivity to intellectual power structures through dedications to humanist colleagues, teachers, students, Sodales and academic colleagues. This promotes moderate humanistic decorum, so that you kept back with the praise of the addressee and moved to other aspects of a close personal relationship. The described procedure suggests that the presentation does not need one and the same dedicatee in different work dedications to always be the same. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: authorship; dedicatee; humanistic decorum; humanistic figureheads; intellectual power structures



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