By Karl A. E. Enenkel
Erasmus was once not just probably the most broadly learn authors of the early sleek interval, yet some of the most arguable. For a few readers he represented the right humanist pupil; for others, he was once an conceited hypercritic, a Lutheran heretic and polemicist, a virtuoso author and rhetorician, an inventor of a brand new, actual Latin kind, and so forth. within the current quantity, a few points of Erasmus’s manifold reception are mentioned, specifically lesser-known ones, comparable to his reception in Neo-Latin poetry. the quantity doesn't concentration merely on so-called Erasmians, yet deals a broader spectrum of reception and demonstrates that Erasmus’s identify additionally was once utilized in order to authorize thoroughly un-Erasmian beliefs, akin to atheism, radical reformation, Lutheranism, spiritual intolerance, Jesuit schooling, Marian devotion, and so on.
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404–409), founded in Paris in 1530. In his presentation, Rhenanus ascribes the foundation of both institutes exclusively to Erasmus; however, this is a bit one-sided, if not misleading. The Collège Royal, in fact, was founded by Guillaume Budé, who took the initiative, as one can see, for example, in the letter of dedication for his Commentarii linguae Graecae (1530) addressed to King Francis I. 19 Vita, l. 395: ‘Itaque in confesso est literarum in his provinciis incrementa potissimum Erasmo deberi’.
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