Juan Luis Vives was one of the three foremost proponents of northern humanism, along with Erasmus of Rotterdam and Guillaume Budé. He was born into an ethnically Jewish family of Conversos (Roman Catholic converts from Judaism), and acquired a sound early education that enabled him to move for further study to Paris in 1509. There, he was exposed to the study of terminist logic, rooted in late medie…
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George , Edward,
“Juan Luis Vives”, in:
Christian-Muslim Relations 1500 - 1900, General Editor David Thomas.
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