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1350-1750? The Perspective of Intellectual History

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The author argues a case for the choice of the period 1350-1750 for the Journal. After a survey of a number of new discoveries that are concentrated in the centre of the period, he treats in more detail the implications of the birth of modem science, the growth of specialization, and the dethroning of theology which take place within this timespan. The exposé is based on European culture, as is the choice of period; the aim of the Journal is to establish "contacts, contrasts, and comparisons" with other cultures, quite possibly outside the dates appropriate to the study of Europe.

Affiliations: 1: Institut d'Histoire de la Réformation, Université de Genève


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