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by Professor Peter Blickle,Professor Thomas A. Brady Jr.,Professor H.C. Erik Midelfort

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ISBN:
0801824729
Author:
Professor Peter Blickle,Professor Thomas A. Brady Jr.,Professor H.C. Erik Midelfort
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English
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The Johns Hopkins University Press (January 1, 1982)
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272 pages
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book will influence scholarship for some time to come. Journal of Modern History. Learn about Author Central. Peter Blickle (Author), Thomas A. Brady Jr. (Translator), . Erik Midelfort (Translator) & 0 more.

book will influence scholarship for some time to come.

Hans Christian Erik Midelfort (born 1942), is C. Julian Bishko Professor Emeritus of History and Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. He is a specialist of the German Reformation and the history of Christianity in Early Modern Europe

Hans Christian Erik Midelfort (born 1942), is C. He is a specialist of the German Reformation and the history of Christianity in Early Modern Europe. Midelfort was born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and attended Yale University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in history in 1964

The Revolution of 1525 book. Peter Blickle teaches modern history at he University of Bern where he specialises in the Reformation and communities in the early modern period. Books by Peter Blickle.

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The Revolution of 1525 by Blickle, Peter. The Revolution of 1525: the German Peasants' War from a new perspective. 1991, Johns Hopkins University Press.

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Peter Blicke, The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants' War from a New Perspective, tran. Thomas A. Brady J. and H. C. Erik Midelfort (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981), 165. 1 positive image, that of a robust, heroic, and manly success against great odds.

by Peter Blickle trans. Read Time: Winter 1982. Download PDF. More From This Issue.

Sather Professor Emeritus. University of Notre Dame 1959 . The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants' War from a New Perspective, by Peter Blickle (Baltimore, 1981). Columbia University 1962 P. University of Chicago 1968 P. honoris causa, University of Bern 1993. Europe since the Renaissance; Social History of Early Modern Europe; the Protestant and Catholic Reformations; Early Modern Germany; Modern Ireland. Obedient Germans? A Rebuttal, by Peter Blickle (Charlottesville, V. 1997).

The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants' War from a New Perspective. posed by the Hobbesian state of nature and the meaning of war. These ideas call for a State that does not arise as the result of a contract, but from unity based on exclusions, according to SCHMITT. The need for an absolute power that can protect and coerce connects with certain features of HOBBES´ Leviathan. Finally, the conflictive dimension of man is understood as essential for the political realm, which is based, precisely, on egotistical and dangerous features in human beings.

The Revolution of 1525: The German Peasants’ War from a New Perspective," translated by H. Erik Midelfort in collaboration with Thomas Brady. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1985. Quintero, Fernando: Why Witches Were: Townsend Center Lectures Explore Factors Which Led Societies to Identify and Persecute Witches Throughout History. The Regents of the University of California. Moeller, Bernd: Imperial Cities and the Reformation: Three Essays. Translated by H. Erik Midelfort in collaboration with Mark U. Edwards. Translated by Thomas A. Brady, Jr. Erik Midelfort.

"A major book that scholars will want to study closely, both for its provocative treatment of the interaction of economic and social pressures with politics and ideology and for its many revisions of Marxist and non-Marxist interpretations... [Blickle's] book will influence scholarship for some time to come."--Journal of Modern History.