Index Librorum Prohibitorum


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Index Librorum Prohibitorum

(ˈɪndɛks laɪˈbrɔːrʊm prəʊˌhɪbɪˈtɔːrʊm)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church (formerly) an official list of proscribed books. Often called: the Index
[C17, literally: list of forbidden books]
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In order to answer these questions and get a sense of what this part of his library might mean for education in nineteenth-century Newfoundland, it is first necessary to understand something of the history of the Index librorum prohibitorum or the Roman Index of Forbidden Books, as it is more commonly known.
Apesar de ser luterano, nao foram encontradas obras de Thomasius entre as proibidas pelo Index Librorum Prohibitorum (31) o que ajuda a explicar a enorme difusao dos seus trabalhos Europa a fora, inclusive nos Estados catolicos.
The works of Aretino, for example, joined the works of Kepler, Martin Luther, Copernicus, and Boccaccio, in being among the Vatican's first Index Librorum Prohibitorum (List of Forbidden Books), but nevertheless, copies circulated like wildfire in cities across Europe.
En 1559 publico su primer catalogo de libros prohibidos a sus fieles: el Index librorum prohibitorum et expurgatorium.
En el envio se anota "un catalogo de los libros bedados", que se corresponde con el Index librorum prohibitorum promovido por el inquisidor Bernardo de Sandoval y Rojas.
Cfr Jesus Martinez DE BUJANDA, Index Librorum Prohibitorum.
It has been used as a container for many things, including calendars and almanacs, business ledgers, fashion magazines, catalogs of garden seeds and auto parts, lists of names and telephone numbers, and editions of the Index librorum prohibitorum.
Es legal, y en todo caso, que bueno que ya no existe el Index librorum prohibitorum (el Indice de libros prohibidos), cuya primera edicion fue encargada en 1559 por el Papa Paulo IV.
Index librorum prohibitorum cum regulis confectis per Patres a Tridentina Synodo delectos, autoritate Sanctiss D.
El Index librorum prohibitorum es uno de los principales simbolos de la censura religiosa catolica, mientras que los simbolos de la censura politica de textos estan constituidos comunmente por las leyes relativas a la prohibicion de impresos y, aunque en ocasiones esta division se diluye en la practica, vale tener presente, para efecto de este apartado, que la responsabilidad sobre la eliminacion de los acervos documentales por su naturaleza ideologica ha sido practica compartida entre las instituciones religiosas y las de caracter politico.
Dante, who had written the Monarchia as a "publicist document intended for pragmatic effect in both the political and spiritual arenas" (40), would have never expected to see his work placed on the Index librorum prohibitorum by the Tridentine Council in 1564, where it stayed until 1881
Bishop Arethas and other Byzantines regarded him as the Anti-Christ; he was included in the first edition of the Index Librorum Prohibitorum (1557); on September 3, 1766, he was the protagonist villain in a musical drama called 'Lucian of Samosata the Hapless Atheist' presented by the Jesuit School at Regenshurg; Lord Macaulay dubbed him 'The Voltaire of Antiquity'.