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Pondering the characteristics of Utopias and constructing theoretical examples of them has been an intellectual exercise to thrill thinkers at least since the time of Plato’s Republic. A mysterious figure associated with alchemy, Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism Pondering the characteristics of Utopias and constructing theoretical examples of them has been an intellectual exercise to thrill thinkers at least since the time of Plato’s Republic.
A mysterious figure associated with alchemy, Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism, and other philosophical esoterica of the 17th century, Andreae published this intriguing guide to his “perfect” society in Informed by a rigid brand of Christian socialism, Christianopolis also features a high regard for teachers, and approaches the world from both a scientific and artistic perspective. Paperbackpages.
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About Johann Valentin Andreae. Johannes Valentinus Andreae a. He became a priest in Calw.
Here he reformed the school and social institutions, and established institutions for charity and other aids. In he planned a “Unio Christiana”.
Johannes Valentinus Andreae
Inhe became preacher at the court and councillor of the consistory Konsistorialrat in Stuttgart, where he advocated a fundamental church reform. Inhe assumed direction of the monasterial school Bebenhausen; inhe became abbot of the evangelical monasterial school of Adelberg.
His role in the origin of the Rosicrucian legend is controversial. In his autobiography he indicated the Chymische Hochzeit as one of his works—as a “ludibrium”, possibly meaning “lampoon”. In his later works, alchemy is the object of ridicule and is placed with music, art, theatre and astrology in the category of less serious sciences.
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