Erasmism


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Erasmism

[ɪˈræzmɪzəm] Nerasmismo m
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who] taught Cervantes an Erasmism that was no longer tolerated in Spain" (32).
Obviously, it was this particular concern that prompted Abellan to see sixteenth-century Erasmism as the last intellectual movement through which Spain participated fully in the cultural life of Europe before the so-called tibetizacion.
Briefly, Nieto argues that the origins of Valdes's spirituality are to be found not in Erasmism (as Marcel Bataillon had contended), but in the native evangelical movement of the alumbrados or llluminists of Escalona.