Men and ideas : history, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance : essays / by Johan Huizinga ; translated by James S. Holmes and Hans van Marle.Language: English, Dutch Series: Harper torchbooksPublication details: New York : Harper & Row, 1970Description: 378 p. ; 21 cmSubject(s): HistoryDDC classification: 914/.03/1
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On cover: Men & ideas.
"Translated from texts in Verzamelde werken (1948-53)"--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references: (p. 343-370) and index.
I. History. The task of cultural history. Historical ideals of life. Patriotism and nationalism in European history. II. The Middle Ages. John of Salisbury : a pre-Gothic mind. Abelard. The political and military significance of chivalric ideas in the late Middle Ages. Bernard Shaw's Saint. III. The Renaissance. The problem of the Renaissance. Renaissance and realism. In commemoration of Erasmus. Grotius and his time.