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"Translator's Introduction." In On Copia of Words and Ideas (De Utraque Verborum ac Rerum Copia) by Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam, 1-8.
(71.) See Letter from Desiderius Erasmus to Johann von Vlatten (1523), in 10 COLLECTED WORKS OF ERASMUS 96-98 (R.A.B.
Moreover, it reminds us of Holbein's unexpected transformation from a talented German artist into one of the most individual and creative figures of the northern renaissance, someone capable of embodying the world of Desiderius Erasmus and Thomas More in pictorial form.
#IT seems to come from Adagia - a work by the 16th century Dutch philosopher Desiderius Erasmus. The original quote is in Latin: "In regione caecorum, rex est luscus." The phrase was also used as the title of an HG Wells short story.
One exception about whom Henrik Van Loon wrote about so charmingly in his Lives, is Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466-1536).
Despite biting criticism by thinkers such as Desiderius Erasmus, the philosophy of Aristotle, as embellished by early medieval thinkers and, later, St.
Donald King checked out the rare, 17th century text by Dutch theologian Desiderius Erasmus sometime in 1945.
1466: Birth of Dutch scholar and humanist Desiderius Erasmus: Born Gerrit Gerritszoon into poverty in Rotterdam, Erasmus rose to become one of the greatest thinkers of his time.
ENGLISH: In 1499, Dutch scholar Desiderius Erasmus wrote to a friend urging him to visit England because, "wherever you move, there is nothing but kisses".
When the great Catholic humanist Desiderius Erasmus advocated a moderate approach to reforming the corrupt and corrupting 16th-century church, Luther the absolutist would have nothing of it.
For Olin, then, the "model" humanist is Desiderius Erasmus, almost certainly the most important Northern humanist figure in the earlier sixteenth century in Europe.
Desiderius Erasmus was a man for his times in his humanistic interest in ancient writers and concern for revitalizing Christianity in the spirit of devotio moderna.