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The Rites controversies in the early modern world
AuthorŽupanov, Ines G. [Zupanov]
Fabre, Pierre-Antoine, 1957-
Pub. LocationLeidenPublisherBrill
Date2018Phys. Desc.xxiv, 403 pages ; 25 cm. + pdf
LocationDigital Archives, and Hallway CasesCall NumberBR115.C8 R594 2018
The rites controversies in the early modern world / edited by Ines G. Županov, Pierre Antoine Fabre.
Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Rites Controversies in the Early Modern World is a collection of fourteen articles focusing on debates concerning the nature of rites? raging in intellectual circles of Europe, Asia and America in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The controversy started in Jesuit Asian missions where the method of accommodation, based on translation of Christianity into Asian cultural idioms, created a distinction between civic and religious customs. Civic customs were defined as those that could be included into Christianity and permitted to the new converts. However, there was no universal consensus among the various actors in these controversies as to how to establish criteria for distinguishing civility from religion. The controversy had not been resolved, but opened the way to radical religious scepticism. Contributors are: Claudia Brosseder, Michela Catto, Gita Dharampal-Frick, Pierre Antoine Fabre, Ana Carolina Hosne, Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia, Giuseppe Marcocci, Ovidiu Olar, Sabina Pavone, István Perczel, Nicholas Standaert, Margherita Trento, Guillermo Wilde and Ines G. Panov.

The rites controversies in the early modern world : an introduction / Ines G. Zupanov, Pierre Antoine Fabre -- Chinese voices in the rites controversy: from China to Rome / Ronnie Po-chia Hsia -- Chinese voices in the rites controversy: the role of Christian communities / Nicolas Standaert -- Atheism: a word travelling to and fro between Europe and China / Michela Catto -- Sivadharma or Bonifacio? behind the scenes of the Madurai mission controversy (1608-1619) / Margherita Trento -- Revisiting the Malabar rites controversy: a paradigm of ritual dynamics in the early modern Catholic missions of South India / Gita Dharampal-Frick -- Rites and inquisition: ethnographies of error in Portuguese India (1560-1625) / Giuseppe Marcocci -- Jesuits and Oriental rites in the documents of the Roman Inquisition / Sabina Pavone -- Accommodationist strategies on the Malabar Coast: competition or complementarity? / Istvan Perczel -- Orthodoxy and politics: the Patriarch Nikon of Moscow, the Prince Mihnea III Radu of Walachia and the Great Church of Constantinople / Ovidiu Olar -- Writing rites in the borderlands : appropriation, mimesis and interaction between Jesuits and Indians in Colonial South America / Guillermo Wilde -- Secularizing the Andes: the effects of transcultural processes on colonial Andean rituals / Claudia Brosseder -- Dios, Dio, Viracocha. Tianzhu: "finding" and "translating" the Christian God in the overseas Jesuit missions (16th-18th Centuries) / Ana Carolina Hosne -- A cross concealed among flowers: interpreting a secret ritual in seventeenth century Chinese Christian communities / Pierre Antoine Fabre -- Against rites: Jesuit Accommodatio as pietist Preparatio Evangelica in eighteenth century South India / Ines G. Zupanov.

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Subject(s)Chinese Rites controversy
Malabar rites
Christianity and culture
Christianity and other religions
Catholic Church--Missions--History
SeriesStudies in Christian mission ; v. 53
Rec. TypeBook, and Digital Book (PDF)LanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #19631
ISBN9789004360068 ; 9004360069LCCN2018023364OCLC1031917853