They were William Grocyn, "the most upright and best of all Britons,"* Thomas Linacre, and John Colet
One member of this group was the fine-spirited John Colet
, later Dean of St.
Como decia el obispo John Colet
, contemporaneo de santo Tomas Moro, a otros obispos, hace taita huir de la ambicion, del confort y de la mundanidad, para reformar la iglesia reformando sas propias vidas (p.
Organized by the categories of pre-Reformation/late medieval, English Reformation, ceremonies, ecclesiology, Catholic Reformation and Counter-Reformation, primers, Psalms, prayers, pastoral theology, and Protestantism and the social world, they consist of writings by John Alcock, John Colet
, Simon Fish, Elizabeth Tudor, John Calvin, John Field, Robert Brown, Samuel Harsnett, Robert Parsons, Richard Hooker, John Northbrooke, William Claxton, and others.
First of all, these concern "A sermon on the immense mercy of God," De immensa Dei misericordia concio (1524), (28) intended for pupils at the school run by John Colet
(1468-1519) in London, that particularly struck a chord in Italy.
Erasmus's short debate on the "distress, alarm, and sorrow of Jesus," testifies to a dispute between him and John Colet
at Oxford in October of 1499 over whether or not Christ experiences a truly human fear of death.
Contract award: John Colet
School Cleaning Services.
A boy of 13 at John Colet
School, in nearby Wendover, got a police caution for a similar incident in February.
on the Ecclesiastical Hierarchy of Dionysius; a new edition and translation with introduction and notes.
87-112) explains how historicism was practised by early moderns such as John Colet
and Desiderius Erasmus before using the analysis of their practice as a kind of defence for present-day historicism against charges that it closes off interpretation (pp.
His mentors and friends in England included the best classical and religious minds of the time: William Latimer, Thomas Linacre, John Colet
and Thomas More.
In all my studies I had encountered artists and scholars who had built firmly on the past, the New Learning humanist, John Colet
, the subject of my Honors Paper, having steeped himself in the medieval scholastic tradition looked to the more distant past to Greek and Latin Classics for "new" knowledge.