Brill’s studies in intellectual history, ISSN 0920-8607 ; v. 185
Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction: on the uses of humanism -- Humanist learning and networks in East Central Europe -- Aspects of East Central European humanist learning -- Humanist networks and the ethos of the republic of letters -- The uses of humanism at the imperial court -- The case of Johannes Sambucus -- An ornament to the imperial court? -- The multiple identities of the humanist : "vates, medicus bonus, historicusque" -- The case of Andreas Dudith -- The curious career of a heterodox humanist -- The making of the humanist : self-fashioning through letters and treatises -- Epilogue: Sambucus and Dudith encounter confessionalisation.
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