Francesco Negri zwischen konfessionellen und geographischen Grenzen

Jan Andrea Bernhard


Francesco Negri is a representative of Italian Reform Humanism. Due to his work as a teacher, who was required to follow the Humanist education program, Negri was in contact with conformists and nonconformists throughout his lifetime. As the confessional lines were being drawn, this led to intense debate in Chiavenna. Yet his communication network and personal confession prove that Negri cannot be considered a proponent of nonconformism.


Francesco Negri; Agostino Mainardo; Camillo Renato; Chiavenna; Kommunikationsgeschichte; Theologiegeschichte; Humanismus; Reformation; Nonkonformismus; Konfessionsgrenzen; Bekenntnis; Pädagogik

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