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Milton, Pro Se Defensio, in Complete Prose Works of John Milton, ed.
Charles in the Defensio Secunda (1654), in which he also defends
25) William Nicholls, Defensio Ecclesiae Anglicanae (London: G.
On December 1, 1613, almost exactly 400 years ago, King James I of England ordered a ritual burning of Suarez's work Defensio fidei in front of Saint Paul's Cathedral As Lorenz so eloquently states, "Suarez's book landed in England like a bomb, not only challenging Royalist claims that James's power was directly derived from God but also threatening to undermine the king's authority over the bodies and souls of his subjects" (1-2).
Their topics include his question on the Eucharist from his Lectura on the Sentences, he and Adam Wodeham on whether beatific enjoyment is an act of the intellect or an act of the will, the rhetoric of his Defensio curatorum, untangling Armachanus from the Wycliffites, and whether De Vitoria provides an adequate assessment of him.
Sensabaugh writes, for example, that "By 1683 the Boston merchant John Usher had received The History of Britain and in 1685 ordered three copies of the Artis Logicae, one year after his invoice showed that he had purchased four volumes of Paradise Lost" (35), while "About 1698 or shortly thereafter the Corporation of the City of New York purchased for its library the Artis Logicae, The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, the Pro Se Defensio, and the 1669 edition of Paradise Lost" (34).
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In the first part of her book Antognazza shows how in his early writings Leibniz defended the mode of the Incarnation against Arians, Nestorians and the Lutheran theory of a communication of properties, while in his Defensio Trinitatis he refutes the arguments of the Socinian Wissowatius.
Defensio Orthodoxae Fidei de Sacra Trinitate contra Prodigiosos Errores Michaelis Serueti Hispani.
3) Translations of both the Justification and Fabri's summary of Hubmaier's account of faith contained in the Defensio (4) appear at the end of this introduction.
While Foresti's De plurimis claris selectisque mulieribus (1497), a massive collection of biographies emulating and expanding Boccaccio's text both in structure and methodology (visually supported by woodcuts, of which Kolsky's book includes some pertinent examples) is ultimately "uncomfortable with [women's] achievements" (125) and falis back on debasing stereotypes and a dogmatic insistence on the superiority of Christian women over pagan ones, Equicola's De mulieribus and Strozzi's Defensio mulierum (both 1501) make an uncommon yet powerful case for women's equal participation in selected court circles.
In the autobiographical digression to his Defensio Secunda (1654), Milton strove to scotch the invidious charge in the Regii Sanguinis Clamor that his blindness was a divine act of retribution, an accusation frequently renewed against him by his enemies at the Restoration, by presenting a representative list of sightless Classical, Biblical, and Christian worthies.