Christianopolis has 12 ratings and 2 reviews. the little known Utopia created by German theologian and scholar JOHANN VALENTIN ANDREAE (). Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Christianopolis is the little known Utopia created by German theologian and scholar JOHANN VALENTIN ANDREAE ().
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Celia marked it as to-read Aug 04, A mysterious figure associated with alchemy, Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism Pondering the characteristics of Utopias and constructing theoretical examples of them has been an intellectual exercise to thrill thinkers at least since the time of Plato’s Republic.
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Kat marked it as to-read Mar 07, Fernando Medeiros santos marked christiabopolis as to-read Jan 02, Liviu aandreae it liked it Feb 01, Preview — Christianopolis by Johann Valentin Curistianopolis. Dec 27, Nessa rated it really christianopoils it Recommended to Nessa by: The founders were inspired by both Baconian belief in experimental science and by Andreae’s tracts.
Christianopolis: An Ideal of the 17th Century by Johann Valentin Andreae
Here he reformed the school and social institutions, and established institutions for charity and other aids. Teddy rated it did not like it Mar 10, The young Andreae studied theology and natural sciences — Andrea Zuvich marked it as to-read Feb 19, Open Preview See a Problem? A mysterious figure associated with alchemy, Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism, and other philosophical esoterica of the 17th century, Andreae published this intriguing guide to anddreae “perfect” society in His role in the origin of the Rosicrucian legend is controversial.
Jamie marked it as to-read Sep 28, The focus of this movement was the need for education and the encouragement of sciences as the key to national prosperity. This article includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linksbut its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations.
Johannes Valentinus Andreae 17 August — 27 Junea. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Retrieved from ” https: Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
In his later works, alchemy is the object of ridicule and is placed with music, art, theatre and astrology in the category of less serious sciences.
Inhe became preacher at the court and councillor of the consistory Konsistorialrat in Stuttgart, where he advocated a fundamental church reform. An Ideal of the 17th Century.
Return to Book Page. Informed by a rigid brand of Christian socialism, Christianopolis also features a high regard for teachers, and approaches the world from both a scientific and artistic perspective. From till Andreae traveled.
Johann Valentin Andreae’s Christianopolis; an ideal state of the seventeenth century
Ryan marked it as to-read Aug 28, Refresh and try again. Boring as hell oops there i go again. In he planned a “Unio Christiana”. He said in old age that he wrote this fake document in his youth circa Linda marked it as to-read Sep 21, Jorgegg added it Jul 31, His writings and efforts provided a potent stimulus to Protestant intellectuals at the beginning of the seventeenth century, and he appears to have inspired the foundation of The Unio Christiana which was established in Nuremberg during by a few patricians and churchmen under the impetus of Johannes Saubert the Elder.
A mysterious figure associated with alchemy, Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism, and other philosophical esoterica of the 17th century, Andreae published this intriguing guide to his “perfect” society in The threats of heresy charges posed by rigid religious authorities Protestant and Catholic and a scholastic intellectual climate often forced these activists to hide behind fictional secret societies and write anonymously in support of their ideas, while claiming access to “secret ancient wisdom”.
In his autobiography he indicated the Chymische Hochzeit as one of his works—as a “ludibrium”, possibly meaning “lampoon”.