The Liberal Arts and the Jesuit College System

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The Jesuit educational system, with its successful applications in all parts of the world for several centuries, is one of the most durable, influential, and far-reaching experiments in the history of education. In this monograph Aldo Scaglione explores the complex genesis of the system, which it regards essentially as a heritage of Renaissance Humanism; the impact of both Reformation and Catholic Counter-reformation on it; and its conflicts with the secular traditions and systems with which it competed through the centuries.
[Not in series, 26]  1986.  vii, 248 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1
1. Education at the end of the Middle Ages
7
2. The reformation
33
3. The counter-reformation and the Jesuit Colleges: Background, organization, and government
51
4. The Jesuit Colleges, mainly in Italy
75
5. The Jesuit Colleges, mainly in France
111
6. The case of Savoy
135
Conclusion
161
Appendix
163
Footnotes
187
Selected bibliography
195
Illustrations
231
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Subjects
BIC Subject: AC – History of art / art & design styles
BISAC Subject: ART015000 – ART / History / General
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