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Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice

Volume 8

Table of Contents

Front matter    
Table of Abbreviations   7
Contributors   10
Introduction

  12
Was Wyclif a Philosophical Extremist? *
Ivan Müller (Prague)
  18
Regula generalis, principalis, prima veritas: The Philosophical and Theological Principle of Regulae Veteris et Novi Testamenti of Matěj of Janov
Martin Dekarli (Prague and Constance)
  30
Master Jan Hus and St. Augustine*
Vilém Herold (Prague)
  42
Two Philosophical Texts of Jerome of Prague and his Alleged Designation of Opponents of Real Universals as Diabolical Heretics*
Ota Pavlíček (Prague)
  52
Mařík Rvačka’s Defense of Crusading Indulgences from 1412*
Pavel Soukup (Prague)
  77
Inquisitorial process and plenitudo potestatis at the Council of Constance (1414–1418)
Sebastián Provvidente (Buenos Aires)
  98
Václav the Anonymous and Jan Příbram: Textual Laments on the Fate of Religion in Bohemia (1424–1429)
Thomas A. Fudge (Washougal, Washington)
  115
Memory, Politics and Holy Relics: Catholic Tactics amidst the Bohemian Reformation
Kateřina Horníčková (Prague)
  133
O zpievaní a čtení českém tractat [A Treatise on Reading and Singing in Czech] by Václav Koranda the Younger: A Contribution to the History of Czech Liturgical Language
Eliška Baťová (Prague)
  143
Utraquism as a Commoners’ Church
Zdeněk V. David (Washington, D.C.)
  160
Saint Wenceslaus in the Musical Context of the Bohemian Reformation*
Viktor Velek (Brno and Vienna)
  190
The Evolution of the Celebration of the Daily Office in Utraquism: an overview
David R. Holeton (Prague)
  198
Utraquist Liturgical Practice in the Later Sixteenth Century*
Pavel Kolář (Prague)
  223
Roman Catholic Priest Tomáš Bavorovský († 1562) and the Reception of Erasmus in the Bohemian Lands*
Jaroslav Havrlant (Louny)
  235
Sixt of Ottersdorf’s Diarium of the Diet of 1575
James R. Palmitessa (Kalamazoo, Michigan)
  262
The Bethlehem Chapel, 1570–1606: A Dispute Inside One Campoman Catholic Priest Tomáš Bavorovský († 1562) and the Reception of Erasmus in the Bohemian Lands
Pavel Kůrka (Prague)
  282
Roman Catholic Priest Tomáš Bavorovský († 1562) and the Reception of Erasmus in the Bohemian Lands*
Martina Šárovcová (Prague)
  286
Was the Pyx of Mĕlník (with the Image of Christ on the Mount of Olives) Utraquist? *
Zuzana Všetečková (Prague)
  315
Reflection on the Religious and Political Roles of the Czechs in Europe in the Early Modern Age*
Petr Hlaváček (Prague)
  332
“On the basis of the historical background of the Hussite reformation we regard the socialist movements as a part of our history.” The Political Function of the Bohemian Reformation for Czech Protestants in the Twentieth Century
Peter Morée (Prague)
  340
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*Translation from Czech by Zdenek V. David