慈善の宗教改革:近代初期の救貧における聖俗の役割<br>The Reformation of Charity : The Secular and the Religious in Early Modern Poor Relief (Studies in Central European Histories)

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慈善の宗教改革:近代初期の救貧における聖俗の役割
The Reformation of Charity : The Secular and the Religious in Early Modern Poor Relief (Studies in Central European Histories)

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With German Texts.

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Early modern Europe witnessed changes in the social, political, and ecclesiastical structures supporting poor relief, but notions that sharp fault lines divide rationalized, secular poor relief from morally and spiritually motivated ecclesiastical charity need rethinking. Spiritual ideals shaped political and social poor relief structures just as much as rationalization and effective administration colored ecclesiastical charity efforts. Poor relief reflects a local community. A community's unique history, culture, political agenda, social mores, and religious ideals converge to shape how it responds to poverty, whatever the context: religious, political, or private (the elite). Sweeping statements and broad generalizations must be placed under the lamp of local circumstances. Theory and practice must unite. These studies take seriously the richness and humanity of early modern poor relief, the danger and desperation of poverty in a community, as well as the calculation and generosity of local charity.Contributors include: David d'Andrea, Susan E. Dinan, Nicholas Eckstein, S. Amanda Eurich, Timothy G. Fehler, Peer Friess, Philip L. Kintner, Charles H. Parker, Thomas Max Safley, Joke Spaans, Mary S. Sprunger, snd Lee Palmer Wandel.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   vii
Contributors ix
Introduction 1 (14)
Thomas Max Safky
Chapter One: The Poverty of Christ 15 (15)
Lee Palmer Wandel
Chapter Two: Charity and the Reformation in 30 (17)
Italy: The Case of Treviso
David D'Andrea
Chapter Three: "Con buona affetione": 47 (16)
Confraternities, Charity, and the Poor in Early
Cinquecento Florence
Nicholas Eckstein
Chapter Four: Welfare, Reformation, and Dearth 63 (13)
at Memmingen
Philip L. Kintner
Chapter Five: Poor Relief and Health Care 76 (16)
Provision in South-German Catholic Cities
During the Sixteenth Century
Peer Friess
Chapter Six: Refashioning Poor Relief in Early 92 (15)
Modern Emden
Timothy G. Fehler
Chapter Seven: Calvinism and Poor Relief in 107(14)
Reformation Holland
Charles H. Parker
Chapter Eight: Welfare Reform in Frisian Towns: 121(16)
Between Humanist Theory, Pious Imperatives, and
Government Policy
Joke Spaans
Chapter Nine: Mennonites and Sectarian Poor 137(17)
Relief in Golden-Age Amsterdam
Mary S. Sprunger
Chapter Ten: Curing Body and Soul: Health Care 154(22)
in Early Modern Orange
S. Amanda Eurich
Chapter Eleven: Motivations for Charity in 176(17)
Early Modern France
Susan E. Dinav
Conclusion 193(8)
Thomas Max Safley
Index 201