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A believer in which the comportamental-confessional model resulted from a religiosity not fed by a free individual reading — that could elude any doctrinal-theological control —, but was rather based on different elements. These elements consisted principally in: In conclusion, an elementary and dogmatic religiosity, the same which the cardinal Silvio Antoniano recommended to the family men to whom was destined his book, and that we could define as the first educational manual of the Catholic renewal.
The recommendation was that: Conquest of the Soul: About art and religiosity in the postridentine confessional society see P. Prodi, Ricerca sulla teorica delle arti figurative nella riforma cattolica, Bologna, Nuova Alfa, and, recently, I. This passage is significantly placed inside the paragraph entitled Avviso di guardarsi da i falsi profeti et seduttori in: On the figure of the cardinal see P. Frajese, Il popolo fanciullo.
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Silvio Antoniano e il sistema disciplinare della controriforma, Milano, F. Angeli, ; see recently E. A restriction where the awareness and interpretation of the Sacred Scripture do not have place, but rather are totally banned, upon pain of error and, finally, of the same eternal damnation. Tasso, Controriforma e classicismo, in G. The disciplined reader who emerges from the portrait depicted by Fragnito, is a Christian afraid of the severe inquisitorial policy, bewildered by the sce- nes of book burning, in which — in spite of the recommendations coming from Rome — the vernacular Bibles often risked to be thrown together with books by heretics and heresiarchs.
A reader, finally, exhausted by the prohibitions of rea- ding works that, after the advent of the ars artificialiter scribendi had become of daily use, such as vernacular Sacred Scriptures, Epistole et evangelii, com- pendiums of sacred history, the Ufficioli della Madonna, as well as works of the literature of entertaining which had the largest diffusion, i. This good, disciplined, Christian soon got used to putting into reality the dictates of the new theologia prattica i.
Again Silvio Antoniano in fact, in his Educatione christiana do point out to the family men, as well as to teachers, the canon of the good readings for the young: About prohibited literature see N. Longo, La letteratura proibita, in: Letteratura italiana, directed by A. Le Questioni, Torino, Einaudi, , pp. Patrizi selection and introduction by , La letteratura proibita. Car- mosino, Roma, Ist. Silvio Antoniano ai padri di famiglia salute nel signore.
For a review of the literature about this, see W. Reinhard, Disciplinamento sociale, confessiona- lizzazione, modernizzazione. Un discorso storiografico, in P. Shelling, Chiese confessionali e disciplinamento sociale. Un bilancio prov- visorio della ricerca storica, ibid. Secco, Pedagogia della Controriforma, Brescia, La Scuola, in particular, the education of the good citizen: A review, with anthology, of the Authors is now in R.
Reproduction courtesy of the Sperelliana Library in Gubbio. And this coincidence of aims does not exclude the coincidence of means and tools, whereas we consider that the censorship itself — that from the XII to the XVI century had been a prerogative of the Roman Church, and especially aimed at containing the spreading of heretical ideas — from now on was adopted also by the modern State, with the aim to guarantee the self-conservation of the political power and consequently of the social order Self-conservation and governableness gave impulse to a new 36 For a general picture of the theories about censorship, see L.
Bianchin, Dove non arriva la legge. For the history of book censorship in modern age see: The bishop philosopher and pastor, pious man and humanist, scholar and patron of arts at the same time, illustrates in his writings a conception of the spiritual search, in which the good Christian must apply his best intellectual faculties.
Atti del Convegno, 5 marzo , Firenze, Olschki, ; F. Infelise, Milano, Sylvestre Bonnard, ; M. Martin, Censura e libri proibiti, in Id. Petrucci, Roma-Bari, Laterza, , pp. Essays in honor of Eugene F. Giuliani, Il vescovo filosofo. Federico Borromeo e I sacri ragionamenti, Firenze, Olshki, , particularly at the pp. Therefore, in order to stimulate the healthiest faculties of the intellect together with the search for the spiritual truth and the salvation, Federico Borromeo poses only the book at the centre of the formative path of the laic believers, together with the listening of the preaching and the attending of the schools of Christian doctrine.
After this more attentive reading of the Borromaic text, we therefore should not mar- vel that the bishop strongly calls upon his believers to the individual reading: Oh, now someone will say, I have not books, and I have no literacy and knowledge enou- gh to read them even though I wanted to.
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And if there is somebody who is not so fortunate to have any book, let him turn to me because I will be always glad to give whoever asks me for it; and I will delighted of this request and I will celebrate it very much Indeed, it is around the book that the manifold strategies of empowering the confessionalisation revolve, strategies which were typical of the postriden- tine pastoral irradiating from Rome toward the North — as well as South-Italy.
Libraries, printing houses and bibliographic canons: Doversi ancora circoncidere il nostro intelletto, in I sacri ragionamenti di Federico Borromeo cardinale del titolo di Santa Maria degli Angeli ed arcivesco- vo di Milano distinti in 10 volumi. The copy consulted is placed at the rare section of the Sperelliana Library in Gubbio. Giulia- ni, Il vescovo filosofo: Federico Borromeo e I sacri ragionamenti, cit. This control takes shape into different, and complementary, strategies.
Santoro, Storia del libro italiano. Storia del libro italiano. About Gessner see A. Serrai, Conrad Gesner, ed. Cochetti, Roma, Bulzoni, ; already L. Balsamo, Il cano- ne bibliografico di Konrad Gesner e il concetto di Biblioteca pubblica nel cinquecento in Studi di biblioteconomia e storia del libro in onore di Francesco Barberi, Roma, AIB, , pp. Storia di una tradizione, Milano, Sansoni, , pp. Storia di una tradizione, Firenze, c, pp. Quondam, La letteratura in tipografia, in Letteratura italiana. II, Produzione e consumo, Torino, Einaudi, pp.
A7r the copy consulted belongs to the edition: From this perspective the exact starting point of the disciplining of readings is represented by the Bibliotheca selecta that the Jesuit Antonio Possevino publi- shed in — a few years before the publishing of the Sixtine-Clementine Index. Possevino then poses himself in clear opposition to Gessner — who, on the other hand, constituted for him a bibliographic source of excellence, as wit- nessed by the copy of the Bibliotheca kept by the Archiginnasio in Bologna which Possevino personally used while working on the second part of the bibliographic repertory of Possevino, the bio-bibliography of ecclesiastic authors, ancient and modern ones entitled Apparatus Sacer Venetiis, apud Societatem Venetam, , which was written through adopting, some- times expurgating naturally with regard to the banned authors as well as prin- ters , often enlarging the bibliographic items found in the Gessner repertory Biondi, La Bibliotheca selecta di Antonio Possevino.
Un progetto di egemonia culturale, in G. Balsamo, Antonio Possevino S. Knowledge as a weapon, in M. Canone, Firenze, Olschki, , pp. De Maio, I modelli culturali della Controriforma. Le biblioteche dei conventi italiani alla fine del Cinquecento, in Riforme e miti nella Chiesa del Cinquecento, Napoli, Guida, , pp.
Not without reason did the Possevino Catholic encyclopaedia pose itself in the wake of the Ratio atque institutio studiorum, the Jesuit educational programme as clearly announced in the title itself: Now, even though the genius of some Professors look for freedom not to say licence in searching, and having opinions, more than should be expected, however we know that the modest and pious intellects must not desire any freedom, but only that one that is joined with virtue and piousness [ Let each doctrine then be far from any temerity.
Namely with the premise that in teaching we must care principally of corroborating the faith and nourishing piety, nobody teaches anything that is not in agreement with the meaning and intelligence of the Roman Christian Church and with the received traditions, anything that is in no way contrary to the firmness of the faith and the firmness of the sole piety. At the same way, whereas no danger for the faith and piety is imminent, it must be avoided any suspect neither of putting up new things or of stirring up new doctrines [ Bal- samo, Antonio Possevino S.
Vicen- za, appresso Giorgio Greco, transl. Now the annotated edition is avai- lable, edited by C. Salvarani, Antonio Possevino S. About the education of the Christian sol- dier see L. Secco, Pedagogia della Controriforma, cit. Bibliografo della Controriforma, cit. In Italy the confessionalisation defined, by Reinhard again, only the first phase of the social disciplining certainly took shape with a capillary, and sometimes harsh, action of censorship and control, which was exerted with different moda- lities both by the Congregation of the Holy Office and by the Congregation of the Index — as demonstrated by the impressive work carried out within the project RICI.
Reinhard, Disciplinamento sociale, confessionalizzazione, modernizzazione, cit. Patrizi, La trattatistica educativa tra Rinascimento e Controriforma.tyachiv-life.com.ua/includes/68/iphone-6s-orten-vodafone.php
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The religious works by Aretino had a strong success, and during the s they were all reprinted — although in the Index of we find mentioned, among the Certorum Auctorum, Libri prohibiti: Appresso Filippo Camacci e Alessandro Sacchini, Bar- bieri, Fra tradizione e cambiamento: Grendler, What Zuanne read in school: Frammenti di storia nello specchio delle immagini tra Cinque e Seicento, Napoli, Liguori, , pp.
Zardin, in the above mentioned paper presented at the Macerata conference: However, in close conjunction with this new and copious book production, we should take into account also the birth of official printing houses directly or indirectly managed by ecclesiastic bodies. A manifestation themselves too of disciplining and control, these printing houses represent a crucial wedge of the general design put into action by the postridentine Church. About the great importance of the religious pro- duction still in s and s, see M.
Santoro, Storia del libro italiano, Milano, Editrice Biblio- grafica, c, pp.
The data inferred from the XVIIth century editions at the British Library witness some rather territo- rial differences in the Italian book production, with a prevailing literary production especially in Venice, Bologna and Florence ibid. About the seventeenth-century publishing in Italy see F. Barberi, Il libro italiano del Seicento. Aggiornamento della bibliografia dei tipografi, editori e librai a Roma nel Seicento a cura di L. Baldacchini, Roma, Vecchiarelli, ; Id.
Barbieri, Fra tradizione e cambiamento: Rozzo, Il libro religioso, a cura di U. Gorian, Milano, Bonnard, ; again D. Note in margine ad un inventario milanese di libri di monache, in N. Again, see the repertory of vernacular printed books for women came out from and the late s, edited by Gabriella Zarri, Donna, disciplina, creanza cristiana: Studi e testi a stampa, Roma, , pp. Tantulli, Nascita del Repertorio, ibid. About the vernacular readings in the female convents see the interesting essay by Car- mela Compare Libri di donne e libri di monache alla fine del XVI secolo, in the afore mentioned conference in Macerata see supra and the bibliography about female readings, which were not substantially different for the sanctimoniales and for women who lived in the world cfr.
Compare, Vita religiosa e letture devote alla fine del XVI secolo. Totaro, Roma, , pp. The birth of ecclesiastic printing houses First of all the case of the Vatican printing house stands out, for importan- ce and exemplarily, the Stamperia Vaticana The great project of Sixtus V at the beginning involved the setting up of the Congregation of the Stamperia in , with the task of supervising the publishing of the official texts by the Fathers and the Doctors of the Church, and, in , the publishing of the Cathechismus Romanus seu Cathechismus ex decreto concilii Tridentini; sub- sequently, the building of the new Stamperia Vaticana, in , next to the rooms of the Vatican Library object herself too of a renovatio in the years from and The Congregation was soon provided with the Stamperia di Propaganda Fide and the Collegio Urbano , this one devoted to the education of the missionary priests and moreover equipped with its own library the Biblioteca del Collegio di Propaganda, established in the same year of Barberi, Paolo Manuzio e la stamperia romana, , Roma, Gela, stampa 1 ediz.
Romani, Per lo Stato e per la Chiesa: In general on the Roman printing houses, in addition to the synthesis by Ascarelli, Menato, cit. Aggiorna- mento della bibliografia dei tipografi, editori e librai a Roma nel Seicento a cura di L. Baldacchi- ni, Manziana Roma , Vecchiarelli, ; also G. Documenti inediti, Roma, Palombi, About the Sixtine renovatio of the Vatican Library see the work written in by the future founder of the Biblioteca Angelica, Angelo Rocca: Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana a Sixto V pont.
About the Vatican and other libraries in Rome see some sources of the time collected in V. Founded by the Oratorian cardinal Cesare Baronio with the aim of printing his Annales ecclesiastici — a work that was born in order to counterbalance the Protestant historiography and in particular the Ecclesiastica historia printed in Basilea in — the printing house was pla- ced in the venue of the Congregation, the Chiesa Nova in Santa Maria della Vallicella.
Moreover in the same place, already from the first nucleus had been established of the library Biblioteca Vallicelliana, i. Again, see also the emblematic case of the organic system Seminary-prin- ting house-library, which was successful especially among the seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries.
In Padua from to the cardinal Gregorio Barbarigo was bishop — whose model moreover was, not without reason, the figure of the great Mila- nese archbishop Carlo Borromeo. In Barbarigo founded another Semi- nary the first one had been founded in fact in after Trent, in order to 64 Cit. I satelliti di Pro- paganda Fide: On the birth and history of this printing house, the difficult situation during the French domina- tion and the following rebirth, see M.
Galeotti, Della Tipografia Poliglotta di Propaganda. Discor- so per Melchiorre Galeotti, Torino, P. Impresa e ideologia, Firenze, Olschki, About Silvio Antoniano and his library see E. The printing house, which was destined to become a relevant publishing centre in the following centuries too, was born with the intentional aim to print both textbooks of very high level for the diocesan Seminary ad usum Seminarii Patavini , and religious books destined to the Eastern people since the beginning in fact, it not only acquired Eastern typefaces, but was even for a short time provided with its own type foundry This model was soon consolidated and replica- ted: Similar experiences took place at the Seminary of Montefiasco- ne the author was another Barbarigo, this time the cardinal Marco Antonio, bishop of Montefiascone, , and again in the late s in Ceneda and Belluno, again in s in Feltre, Imola, Frascati, Treviso Santoro, Storia del libro italiano, cit.
About Padova see G. Bellini, Storia della tipografia del Seminario di Padova.
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On the figure of the bishop see L. Callegari, La tipografia del Seminario di Pado- va fondata dal Barbarigo, ibid. Randi, Cinque secoli di libri. Trecento anni di arte, cul- tura e fede, ed. Spiazzi, Padova ; about the library G. Valentinelli, Della biblioteca del Seminario di Padova, Venezia Breccola, La tipografia del seminario di Montefiascone, Supplem. Catalogo della mostra, ed. Rossetto, La stampa a Treviso. Storie di libri, di tipografi e di editori, Milano, F.
A teaching institute that was, needless to say, provided with its own Library. The printing house begun operating in and soon became famous also because, among the other things, it was the first Roman printing house to use Arab and Jewish typefaces, which served the purpose of the printing works to be diffused in the Eastern missions Federico Borromeo and archbishop in Milan since The structure was organised into several autonomous realities and at the same time completing each other: On the printing house of the library see C.
But in connection to this, see also infra. Federico to the Ambrosiana. The Accademia del Disegno conceived in and activated in was founded by the cardinal in order to attract artists inside the reformer movement following the Council of Trent dictates. Federico Borromeo and the Ambrosiana: