Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Golden Age

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Dutch society has enjoyed a reputation, or notoriety, for permissiveness from the sixteenth century to present times. The Dutch Republic in the Golden Age was the only society that tolerated religious dissenters of all persuasions in early modern Europe, despite being committed to a strictly Calvinist public Church.

Professors R. Po-chia Hsia and Henk van Nierop have brought. The Dutch Republic in the Golden Age was the only society that tolerated religious dissenters of all persuasions in early modern Europe.

Paradoxically, it was committed to a strictly Calvinist public Church and also to the preservation of religious plurality.5/5(1). Dutch society has enjoyed a reputation, or notoriety, for permissiveness from the sixteenth century to present times.

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The Dutch Republic in. Jews and religious toleration in the Dutch Republic Peter van Rooden; Religious toleration and radical philosophy in the later Dutch Golden Age Jonathan Israel; The politics of intolerance: citizenship and religion in the Dutch Republic (17thth centuries) Maarten Prak.

Dutch society has enjoyed a reputation, or notoriety, for permissiveness since the sixteenth century. The Dutch Republic in the Golden Age was the only society that tolerated religious dissenters of all persuasions in early modern Europe.

Indeed, during its Golden Age, the Dutch republic had gained the reputation as a tolerant state, notably in religious matters, in the eyes of foreigners. This volume is dedicated to the making of Dutch religious toleration in its Golden Age, to its techniques and mechanisms and to its limitations.

10 - Religious toleration and radical philosophy in the later Dutch Golden Age (–) By Jonathan Israel, Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Studies Princeton Edited by R. Po-Chia Hsia, Pennsylvania State University, Henk Van Nierop, Universiteit van AmsterdamCited by: 1.

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Paradoxically, it was committed to a strictly Calvinist Price: $ The history of religion in the Netherlands has been characterized by considerable diversity of religious thought and practice. From until the second half of the 20th century, the north and west were Calvinist and the southeast was in majority Catholic, with Muslims and other religions concentrated in ethnic neighborhoods in the cities.

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Po-chia Hsia (Editor), Henk van Nierop (Editor) Dutch society has enjoyed a reputation, or notoriety, for. The Dutch Golden Age (Dutch: Gouden Eeuw Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɣɑudə(n) ˈeːu]) was a period in the history of the Netherlands, roughly spanning the era from (birth of the Dutch republic) to (disaster year), in which Dutch trade, science, military, and art were among the most acclaimed in the world.

The first section is characterized by the Eighty Years' War, which ended in Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Golden Age. Edited by R. PoChia Hsia and Henk F. van Nierop. (New York: Cambridge University Press. viii, $) Toleration is part of what may be called the national myth of the Dutch nation.

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The revolt, religious conflicts and the Golden Age () William of Orange, who had fled the country before Alba arrived, invaded in The Battle of Heiligerlee, in Mayis generally regarded as the beginning of the Dutch revolt, that ended 80 years later with the Treaty of Münster.

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Calvinism and religious toleration in the Dutch golden age The editors have brought together an international group of leading historians to probe the history and myth of Dutch religious toleration.

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This book examines the social, political and religious relationships between Calvinists and Catholics during Holland's Golden Age.

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Po-Chia Hsia and H.F.K. van Nierop (Cambridge: University Press, ): Calvinism and Religious Toleration. in the Dutch Golden Age Dutch society has enjoyed a reputation, or notoriety, for permissiveness from the sixteenth century to present times.

The Dutch Republic in the Golden Age was the only society that tolerated religious dissenters of all persuasions in early modern Europe, despite being committed to a strictly Calvinist public Church.

Po-Chia Hsia, Ronnie, and H.F.K. van Nierop, eds. Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Golden Age. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, This edited collection of essays deals with the Dutch Republic’s reputation for being a religiously tolerant state in the early modern world.

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Van Bruaene, Anne-Laure. Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Golden Age. Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 57, pp, R. Po-Chia Hsia, Henk Van Nierop. Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Golden Age.Cambridge University Press. Pierre Bayle (French: ; 18 November – 28 December ) was a French philosopher and writer best known for his seminal work the Historical and Critical Dictionary, published beginning in Bayle was a a forerunner of the Encyclopedists and an advocate of the principle of the toleration of divergent beliefs, his works subsequently influenced the development of the.

The Dutch Republic was not, of course, undilutedly good. Indeed, a present-day libertarian might be tempted to find more faults than merits to the so-called Dutch Golden Age. The commercial empire, for example, depended to a considerable extent on military conquest and exploitation. Trading opportunities were in many instances state monopolies.In this book North examines the Dutch Golden Age, when Dutch society boasted Europe's greatest number of cities and highest literacy rate, unusually large numbers of publicly and privately owned art works, religious tolerance, and a highly structured and wide-ranging social network.

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