Title PRIMITIVE JESUIT'S EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
Authors MARGENAT PERALTA, JOSE MARIA, MARGENAT PERALTA, JOSE MARIA
External publication No
Means Arbor
Scope Article
Nature Científica
SJR Quartile 2
SJR Impact 0.18000
Area International
Web https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85018345536&doi=10.3989%2farbor.2016.782n6001&partnerID=40&md5=0c5e9b950093bba75d5b98178ac9961e
Publication date 01/01/2016
ISI 000399674300003
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85018345536
DOI 10.3989/arbor.2016.782n6001
Abstract Among the first documents from the Jesuit universities from the middle of the 16th century (between 1551 and 1586) - and the most consolidated and disseminated version in the Ratio of Acquaviva from 1599 - there are important differences, already identified in their day by Gabriel Codina and by Miquel Batllori. This article, based on previous research by the author and also the state of play, aims to highlight the original nucleus of the Renaissance "invention" of the first Jesuit schools and universities. The methodology proposed by Luce Giard considers the lattice-like complexity of a Jesuit school and University as places of production and dissemination of knowledge and not only, or mainly, as centers of (educational) transmission. It offers an approximation to the cultural achievements of a modernity began in the 16th century, inspired by a permanent and previous dialogue (here the adjectives are essential) between knowledge and beliefs. The article presents this model as one of the most important achievements of the first European modernity established by the Jesuit schools.
Keywords Discerned accommodation; schools; borders; Jeroni Nadal; Ignatian matrix; ratio studiorum; universities
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