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Les particularismes de l'éducation jésuite dans les collèges d'Allemange du sud au XVIIIe siècle

Abstract : The teaching given in jesuit's schools is rooted both in the medieval tradition of liberal arts and in the renaissance humanism, which the fathers have been able to christianize from the inside. The decisive question they were confronted with, in the eighteenth century, was that of a positive assimilation of enlightenment and new educative theories. Since a long time, the jesuits had taken part in the evolution of ideas and sciences, having been able to fix an intersting correspondance between moral and spiritual formation, and intellectual formation. But they will go on forming the select without really paying attention to a society henceforth deeply changing, since the influence of enlightenment extends itself rights to the catholic parts of southern germany. They seem less open to new teachnings and hold their traditional ways; but these have become obsolete and the fathers loose the position they held, though their methods have kept their original value: there is the paradoxal situation the jesuits haven't been able to overcome before the canonical dissolution of their order in 1773
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Gilles Guerigen. Les particularismes de l'éducation jésuite dans les collèges d'Allemange du sud au XVIIIe siècle. Religions. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1990. Français. ⟨NNT : 1990METZ003L⟩. ⟨tel-01775847⟩



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