The hispanic monarchy in the era of the holy spirit: The atrium of Valadés

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Abstract

The autghor of this article analyse the influence of the work of the Millenarian Joaquin Da Fiore, Ramon Llull and Arias Montano on the composition of Christian Rhetoric by Diego Valadés. From the first of these writers, the author takes the notion of the era of the Holy Spirit; from the second, the concept of the Earthly City, for conquering the Indians; from the third, an idea for an engraving of significance in Valadés' book, namely, the convent atrium. Additionally, he also take into account the idea of restitutio and reductio ad unum, with which both the mission of his Franciscan order and that of the Spanish monarchy are justified.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)261-282
JournalHipogrifo
Volume5
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2017

Keywords

  • Era of the holy spirit
  • Evangelisation
  • Millenarianism
  • Mnemonic engravings
  • Spanish colonial city

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