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Orthodoxies and heterodoxies in early modern German culture; order and creativity, 1500-1750.


Orthodoxies and heterodoxies in early modern German culture; order and creativity, 1500-1750.

Ed. by Randolph C. Head and Daniel Christensen.



284 pages



Studies in Central European Histories; 42


From an April 2005 conference at Duke University, the fourth in a triennial series on early modern German thought, 10 papers look at such topics as the role of adiaphorism in early modern Protestantism, editing Italian music for Lutheran Germany, God's plan for the Swiss Confederation, and the provocation of the void for Baroque culture.

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