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Termin: 09.12.2019 Uhrzeit: 16:00 ( s.t. ) - 18:00 ( s.t. ) ( Montag )

The Ideology of Black Slavery: Some Philosophical, Juridical, and Theological Accounts by 17th Century Iberian and Latin American Thinkers on Enslavement and Slave Trade

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Referent/in: Roberto Hofmeister Pich
Inhalt:

The normative debate on Black slavery done by early-modern scholastic thinkers, from the 16th century on, is still little known and investigated.

In this study, we make the attempt of highlighting the role played by the Peruvian Jesuit master Diego de Avendaño (1594–1688) in that conceptual history. Avendaño's account summarizes the typical ambiguities of Jesuit authors regarding Black slavery since the influential exposition by Luis de Molina S. J. (1535–1600) – including here the views by Alonso de Sandoval S. J. (1576–1652) and António Vieira S. J. (1608–1697).

Zielgruppe: Studenten, Professoren, Presse, Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter
Öffentliche Veranstaltung: Ja
Ort: Heinz Heinen Kolleg
Adresse: Heussallee 18-24
Weitere Informationen: https://www.dependency.uni-bonn.de/en/events/the-ideology-of-black-slavery-some-philosophical-juridical-and-theological-accounts-by-17th.-century-iberian-and-latin-american-thinkers-on-enslavement-and-slave-trade
Veranstalter: Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies
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