5 edition of Literary and educational writings. found in the catalog.
|Series||Collected works of Erasmus ;, v. 23-29|
|Contributions||Thompson, Craig R. 1911-|
|LC Classifications||PA8502.E5 T5 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1-7 > :|
|LC Control Number||78006904|
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Banners and bugles
Summary of work of the Connecticut State Planning Board.
Worlds displayed, for the benefit of young people, by a familiar history of some of their inhabitants
The natural law and the legal profession
trial of Socrates
A Thousand Teachings
Voluntary actions for energy-related CO₂ abatement.
Scientific and managerial manpower in nuclear industry.
Recovery from aphasia.
The Seventh Man
address to working men
This final volume in the Literary and Educational Writings contains diverse woks spanning a generation. They demonstrate Erasmus' skill in applying classical rhetoric to contemporary Christian needs. Four are short rhetorical pieces; the next group illustrates facets of Erasmus' classical scholarship and includes several works that bear witness to Erasmus' friendship with Thomas More.5/5(1).
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