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  • Oration "Si quis me roget" of Enea Silvio Piccolomini (4 April 1438, Basel). Edited and translated by Michael von Cotta-Schönberg. 2nd ed

    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael (2016)
    On 4 April 1438, the Feast of Saint Ambrose of Milan, Enea Silvio Piccolomini gave an oration, or rather a sermon, on Saint Ambrose to the Fathers at the Council of Basel. A couple of months before, the council had initiated the procedure for deposing Pope Eugenius IV and electing a new pope. In the sermon, Piccolomini gives a sketch of the life of Saint Ambrose, with special emphasis on his literary activities, his example of poverty as opposed to the vice of greed, and his independence vis-...

    Primo

    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael (2010)
    International audience; Firstly, a brief overview of the Ex Libris Group and its product portfolio is given. The emphasis is on Primo, Primo Central and URM. Secondly, the place of Primo in the development of the Royal Library is explained in terms of a strategically important discovery and delivery system. And thirdly the present options for further development of this system is discussed with a view to various alternatives: Primo Central and URM from Ex Libris, Summon from Serials Solutions...

    Oration "Audivi" of Enea Silvio Piccolomini (16 November 1436, Basel). Edited and translated by Michael v. Cotta-Schönberg. 7th ed.

    Cotta-Schønberg, Michael (2016)
    On 18 October 1436, Enea Silvio Piccolomini delivered the oration Audivi/Magnae saepe res to the Fathers of the Council of Basel, concerning the venue for the Reunion Council between the Latin Church and the Greek Church. He argued for the City of Pavia in the territory of the Duke of Milan. The oration reflected the tensions between conciliarism and the papacy, between the European countries, and between the Italian powers including the Papal State. Piccolomini used the occasion to demonstra...

    Akamatsu Waves

    Tausch , Arno; Grinin , Leonid; Korotayev , Andrey (2017)
    Article paru dans l'Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics; In 1937, the Japanese economist Kaname Akamatsu discovered specific links between the rise and decline of the global peripheries. Akamatsu's theory of development describes certain mechanisms whose working results in the narrowing of the gap between the level of development of the economy of developing and developed countries, and, thus, in the restructuring of the relationships between the global core and the global periphery. Aka...
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