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" The remark," says Professor Kittredge (note 42), "that Calvinism was especially responsible for witch-trials is a loose assertion which has to reckon with the fact that the last burning for witchcraft at Geneva took place in 1652." Who may have ventured... "
New England's Place in the History of Witchcraft - Página 15
por George Lincoln Burr - 1911 - 35 páginas
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Notes on Witchcraft

George Lyman Kittredge - 1907 - 67 páginas
...90 ff. 42 The remark, sometimes heard, that Calvinism was' especially responsible for witch trials is a loose assertion which has to reckon with the...burning for witchcraft at Geneva took place in 1652 (see Paul Ladame, Proems criminel de la dernifere Sorci&re brul<5e a Geneve, Paris, 1888). 18 we should...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volumen18

American Antiquarian Society - 1907
...pp. 90 ff. " The remark, sometimes heard, that Calvinism was especially responsible for witch trials is a loose assertion which has to reckon with the...burning for witchcraft at Geneva took place in 1652 (see Paul Ladame, Procfes criniinel de la derni&re Sorcidre brul£ea, Gen&ve, Paris, 1888). "Compare...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society

American Antiquarian Society - 1911
...one sweep nearly the whole 11 "The remark," says Professor Kittredge (note 42), "that Calvinism was especially responsible for witch-trials is a loose...should be slow to believe that Calvinism could be more responsible for witch-trials than was the Dominican theology in its own time and place, or than Lutheranism...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volumen21

American Antiquarian Society - 1911
...one sweep nearly the whole " "The remark," says Professor KJttredge (note 42), "that Calvinism was especially responsible for witch-trials is a loose...assertion which has to reckon with the fact that the U*t burning for witchcraft at Geneva took place in 1652." Who may have ventured such a remark I do...
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