Erasmist

Translations

Erasmist

[ɪˈræzmɪst]
A. ADJerasmista
B. Nerasmista mf
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With this study Gonzalez Manjarrez revisits a controversial Erasmist, Andres Laguna (1511-69), humanist and doctor.
By limiting himself to a new reading of the preexisting evidence, he did not provide nor did he seek to provide additional documentation that would strengthen his contention that there was a well-defined and recognizable Erasmist movement in Renaissance Spain.
Spanish Erasmists, proto-Protestants, and illuminists all raised their own challenges to the need for the mystical path.