Johann Amos Comenius (1592-1670) - ein Gelehrter Nebenan in Leszno

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Title Johann Amos Comenius (1592-1670) - ein Gelehrter Nebenan in Leszno
Autor: Richter, Manfred
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/1367
Date: 2015
Źródło: Inskrypcje. R. 3, z. 2 (5) (2015), s. 25-49
Abstract: The topic is to understand Comenius experience in Europe in the context of religious hatred, expulsion of populations adhering different Christian churches and religious support for wars as in the so-called “30-years“ war in Central Europe or the Swedish-Polish wars. This experience, as that of divergent scientifical trends in any field of research in this paper, is considered to have given a powerful impulse to Comenius to propose „Pansophia“ as „media“ for healing the corruptions in science, politics and religion in a universal way. His concepts are to be found in a systematized way in his opus magnum, inviting the „Lumina Europae“ to „Universal Consultation on the amendment of Human affairs“. Finally reflection is given on how modern thinking may inherit Comenius’ thinking as to European affairs.

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