Studi di storia ereticale del Cinquecento
2008, cm 18 x 25,5, 2 tomi di xxxii-812 pp.
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A broad overview of Antonio Rotondò’s scientific production on religious nonconformism in sixteenth-century Europe. This extensive and innovative description of aspects and figures of the sixteenth-century heretical movement is still considered fundamental, being based on rigorous, painstaking analysis and extensive research in a broad historical perspective. A short, previously unpublished intellectual autobiography of Rotondò enriches this work tracing the historian’s path from his studies on the 16th century to those on the Enlightenment, with some important remarks on the cultural evolution of contemporary Italian society.