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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • important figures of the Reformation period, Desiderius Erasmus, became
    • Brethren of the Common Life. Erasmus of Rotterdam advised moderation and
    • lecturer on philosophy. This appointment was made in 1509, the year that Erasmus
    • home of Dr. John Colet, friend and later the patron of Erasmus, student of
    • in the history of political thought, and Erasmus published his New Testament in
    • of Sir Thomas More, and five years after that of Erasmus.
    • by Chrisostom and Hieronymous, with notes by Erasmus. Bruno's situation was

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