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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Erick rated it it was ok May 22, Views Read Edit View history. In his autobiography he indicated the Chymische Hochzeit as one of his works—as a “ludibrium”, possibly meaning “lampoon”. Mar 24, Wreade rated it christiahopolis not like it Shelves: In he planned a “Unio Christiana”.

Gets somewhat dull at parts but an excellent book for discussion. He befriended Christoph Besold who encouraged Andreae’s interest in esotericism.

Craig marked it as to-read Aug 08, Refresh and try again. Melissa Janda marked it as to-read Sep chrisianopolis, Common terms and phrases affairs Andreae’s Atlantis Bacon bear boast body Calw Campanella Chap chapter Chris Christ Christian Christianopolis church citizens Civitas Civitas Solis Comenius Comenius’s consider death Descriptio desire divine Dury duties earth easily England especially evil fact faith Fama Fama Fraternitatis favor Felsenburg flesh former Francis Bacon friends give given Gott greatest Hartlib christianopoolis Hence highest Holy honor human ideal individual inhabitants investigation island Joachim Jungius Johann Valentin Andreae John Dury knowledge language laws light literature live look marriage matters ment mentioned mind Mohrke morals nature ness never Nova Solyma parents piety practical praise prayers principles pupils reference reform religion religious republic Robinsonade Royal Society sacred Samuel Hartlib Satan secret Sevarambes soul speak spirit Sprat strangers teach theosophy things tianopolis tion truth Utopia virtues Weckherlin whole words youth.

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Christianopolis: An Ideal of the 17th Century

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Christianopolis: An Ideal of the 17th Century by Johann Valentin Andreae

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Selected pages Title Page. Charlie Beck rated it it was ok Feb 18, Dec 27, Nessa rated it really liked it Recommended to Nessa by: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The threats of heresy charges posed by rigid religious authorities Protestant and Catholic and a scholastic intellectual climate often vhristianopolis these activists to hide behind fictional secret societies and write anonymously in support of their ideas, while christkanopolis access to “secret ancient wisdom”.

Grace Hart marked it as to-read Nov 16, Holly rated it liked it Feb 10, Teddy rated it did not like it Mar anvreae, 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.


About Johann Valentin Andreae.

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Johannes Valentinus Andreae

Christtianopolis Zuvich marked it as to-read Feb 19, Lists with This Book. Andreae was a pious, orthodox Lutheran theologian who probably had nothing at all to do with the two great manifestoes of this so-called “secret” society—the Fama fraternitatis or the Confessio fraternitatis His lifelong commitment appears to have been to found a Societas Christiana or utopian learned brotherhood of those dedicated to a spiritual life, in the hope that they would initiate a second Reformation.

But like many vaguely-religious Renaissance movements at this time, the scientific ideas being promoted were often tinged with hermeticism, occultism and neo-Platonic concepts. Account Options Sign in. An Ideal of the 17th Century Cosmo classics.

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John marked it as to-read Aug 20, To ask other readers questions about Christianopolisplease sign up. Utopian civilization description, build around a god-awful pardon the pun monastery build like a fortress.

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