HUMANIZM A EDUKACJA DZIECI HENRYKA VIII

Marek Smoluk
HUMANISM AND ROYAL EDUCATION OF HENRY VIII’ CHILDREN S u m m a r y With the advent of humanism in England, native scholars were increasingly aware that if they were to be successful, the two distinct fields in which they had to inculcate humanistic ideas were the king’s court and the universities. In order gain authorisation to practise in the lecture rooms and to encourage their students to take an interest in the study...
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