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Estudo Geral - Universidade de Coimbra (19.630 recursos)

ESTUDO GERAL é a designação do repositório digital da produção científica da Universidade de Coimbra, com o objectivo de divulgar conteúdos digitais de natureza científica de autores ligados à Universidade de Coimbra. A sua criação insere-se no movimento de Acesso Livre à Literatura científica (Open Access), ao qual o Conselho de Reitores das Universidades Portuguesas aderiu em 2006 e que a Universidade de Coimbra subscreveu. À semelhança de outras grandes universidades nacionais e internacionais, a UC tem o maior interesse em aumentar a sua presença na rede informática mundial, sendo cada vez mais - e também por essa via - um emissor de conhecimento e cultura.

FLUC Secção de História - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais

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  1. Note sul "ius commune" in Portogallo

    Rodrigues, Manuel Augusto

  2. Algumas notas sobre o Compendium Grammatices Hebraeae de Baruch Spinoza

    Rodrigues, Manuel Augusto
    By commenting the latest translation of the hebrew grammar by Spinoza, the author, on the train of the comments with which Ferdinand Alquié introduces this work, emphasizes some particular aspects of Spinoza's thought about the Language Philosophy. He examines the definition given by Spinoza of the semantic features of certain parts of speech, underlining the contribution that the Hebrew grammar by Spinoza represents for the understanding of the whole thought of this author.

  3. Ilustración y reforma de la teología en Portugal en el siglo XVIII

    Araújo, Ana Cristina
    El debate sobre la racionalidad intemporal de la verdad compromete, en el siglo XVIII, la unidad del campo teológico. Al margen de la Escolástica, la renovación de esta área del saber supone valorar la Exégesis bíblica, la Historia Eclesiástica y la razón crítica. En Portugal, fray Manuel del Cenáculo Vilas Boas, Luís António Verney y los miembros de la Junta da Providência Literária, contribuyen, con sus ideas y proyectos de reforma, a modernizar la enseñanza conventual y universitaria de los estudios de Teología. En este proceso, la reforma de la Universidad de Coimbra (1772) señala también el triunfo del regalismo de la época del marqués de...

  4. The Lisbon Earthquake of 1755 : Public Distress and Political Propaganda

    Araújo, Ana Cristina
    This article examines the impact of the Lisbon earthquake on the international political sphere. The shock waves of the event reflected the basic ideological traits of the eighteenth century. For the first time in the western world, the press helped to create the illusion of proximity and unity among the peoples of different European nations. Furthermore, the 1755 earthquake launched the modern debate on how to think and act in a world where such catastrophes are likely to occur. On the eve of the Seven Years’ War, the destruction of the capital of the Portuguese empire also triggered diplomatic and political reactions. Pombal’s attempt to turn Portugal...

  5. Micro-Historical Perspectives on Moral Choice : Case Studies from Early Modern Portugal

    Carvalho, Joaquim de
    Moral choice is often discussed in the context of conforming to religious norms, with immoral behavior explained as a consequence of imperfect indoctrination or a lack of control and dissuasion mechanisms by the church and other institutions that promote moral concepts. Our findings point in a different direction: moral choice in sexual matters seems to be the result of an equation that relates the perception of the alternative paths of action, the place of the individual in networks of relations and resources and various trade-offs. It is a question of strategy, at a personal or small group level, and less...

  6. Bishops and Politics: The Portuguese Episcopacy During the Dynastic Crisis of 1580

    Paiva, José Pedro
    Using Pierre Bourdieu’s concept of "field", this essay assumes that there was no single "Church position" during Portugal's dynastic crisis of 1578-81: Portugal's Church was an institution encompassing a large number of different agencies, each containing a huge number of very different agents (from a social, cultural, economic and even religious perspective) struggling for power and influence and disputing control over material, spiritual and symbolic goods. Therefore, my purpose is to explain the various and changing ways that the different prelates of Portugal's thirteen mainland dioceses responded to the acute political problem of the royal succession between 1578 and 1581, and...

  7. A.H. de Oliveira Marques, the Historian's Legacy

    Coelho, Maria Helena da Cruz

  8. Portuguese Communications in the Middle and Modern Ages

    Coelho, Maria Helena da Cruz; Neto, Margarida Sobral

  9. The Coimbra See and its Chancery in Medieval Times

    Morujão, Maria do Rosário Barbosa
    This article seeks to resume the main conclusions of the author’s Ph.D. thesis on the Coimbra See as an institution and a chancery from 1080 to 1318. The institutional approach, examining the evolution of the history of the diocese and its bishops, the organisation of the chapter and the government of the diocese, establishes a context for the study of the cathedral chancery, seeking to discover not only the charters produced at that writing office and their composition, writing and practices of validation, but also the human side of the scribes who worked there.

  10. The Social and Cultural Roles of the University of Coimbra (1537-1820) : some considerations

    Fonseca, Fernando Taveira da
    The University of Coimbra in Portugal shared the common calling of universities of preparing future ruling elites, but it fulfilled this mission in its own way. Considering the period 1537-1820, this paper presents some indicators of its specific social and cultural roles, such as the evolution of the numbers of students, their geographical origins (including a significant contribution from Brazil), and the kind of knowledge they were seeking. A second cluster of considerations focuses on the relationship with political (and ecclesiastical) power, not only in terms of the representation of the University’s instrumental function, but also of its subsequent actual behavior – combining protection and control...

  11. Uma «littera indulgentiarum» avinionense de 1356 na Colegiada de Santa Maria de Alcáçova de Santarém (Portugal)

    Gomes, Saul António
    Neste artigo, o Autor apresenta e publica, com o devido comentário paleográfico e diplomático, uma carta colectiva de indulgências oriunda de Avinhão, cidade onde foi escrita e iluminada no ano de 1356. Discute, também, o problema da existência deste género de fontes primárias medievais em Portugal e tece algumas considerações acerca do sistema de indulgências na história da Igreja Católica naqueles séculos.

  12. A Universidade entre a Tradição e a Modernidade

    Torgal, Luís Reis

  13. O Estado Novo de Salazar como um Fascismo de Cátedra. Fundamentação histórica de uma categoria política

    Sousa, Jorge Pais de
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1473/stor51

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