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  • 18th Century educational sciences of Piarists, Jesuits, and Franciscans in Slovenian and Polish lands in the limelight of those times scientific concepts
    Južnič, Stanislav, 1955-
    Many Franciscans were excellent teachers and scientists, to mention only Marin Mersenne (*1588; OFMConv 1611; +1648). Therefore it is high time to give the Franciscan early modern pedagogues the fame ... they deserve. The Franciscan provincial Škerpin acquired an extraordinarily great amount of the contemporary and older technical literature for his Ljubljana Franciscans' Library. The philosophy of his time still included technology, mathematics, physics and biological sciences. The main technical question in 17th century was the possible existence of a vacuum acquired with air pumps and Škerpin still wondered about it sometime later. With his eff orts, Škerpin paved the way for the Bavarians Franciscans Zinsmeister and Hieber who began the modern lecturing on technological subjects in Franciscan schools in Carniola (now Central Slovenia) nearly half a century after Škerpin's death. Škerpin visited Spain during one of his travels, which he described in his now lost itinerary. The Ljubljana Franciscans had widely used technologically oriented books of their Spanish Franciscan brothers before and after Škerpin. Škerpin's contemporaries, the Jesuit G. Gruber and lay professor B. Hacquet, simultaneously developed Bošković's Jesuits' pedagogy and a more atheist ways of teaching. Although personal enemies aft er 1775, Gruber and Hacquet were able to carry their way of teaching to Poland and, especially Gruber, also much further including overseas regions.
    Vrsta gradiva - članek, sestavni del ; neleposlovje za odrasle
    Leto - 2012
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 2405975