By Geoffrey N. Leech
Seeks to illustrate that the examine of English poetry is enriched through the insights of contemporary linguistic research, and that linguistic and significant disciplines aren't separate yet complementary. studying quite a lot of poetry, Professor Leech considers many features of poetic kind, together with the language of prior and current, inventive language, poetic licence, repetition, sound, metre, context and ambiguity.
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In other words, they did not have a notion of the separation of church and state, or a division between civil and ecclesial spheres of authority. There are many instances of intolerant theological differences and struggles for authority within many separatist churches and groups, including Anabaptists and Baptists in the sixteenth century, and among English Quakers in the following century. ¹⁹ Fundamental attitudes of prejudice against whatever was judged to be idolatrous remained in these theologies.
561–8. ²³ Here I respectfully disagree with Alexandra Walsham, Charitable Hatred: Tolerance and Intolerance in England, 1500–1700 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006), 235. ²⁴ Baruch Spinoza, Tractatus Theologico-Politicus (1670), esp. ch. 20; John Christian Laursen, ‘Spinoza on Toleration: Arming the State and reining in the Magistrate’, in Cary J. : Rowman & Littleﬁeld, 1997), 185–204. Milton and the European Contexts of Toleration 31 Catholics as well as Protestants within his boundaries of toleration.
While Castellio condemned atheists, he also maintained, along with Acontius, that heresy hunting created more sedition than heterodoxy itself. Many of these tenets are to be found in the Racovian Catechism (ﬁrst edition, 1605) the federal document of the Polish Socinian church that was widely distributed across Europe. Milton controversially licensed a Latin edition of this work in 1651. And such views were repeated and even extended by the tolerationist thinkers of mid-seventeenth-century England (such as Roger Williams, the follower of Montaigne, the Leveller William Walwyn, the Baptist and Leveller Richard Overton, and, in another political camp, the neo-Arminians and proto-Latitudinarians John Hales and William Chillingworth) to include all Christians, Jews, Muslims and pagans.
A Linguistic Guide to English Poetry (English Language Series) by Geoffrey N. Leech