What exactly did the Reformation Reform?

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What exactly did the Reformation Reform?

Post by Physiocrat » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:55 pm

https://misesuk.org/2018/10/04/what-exa ... #_ftnref40

This is a long article by Frank van Dun modified from his recent Property and Freedom society lecture. It doesn't really attempt to answer the question of the reformation but is essentially a starting off point to defend Anselm, Plato, allegorical interpretation of scripture and to critique nominalism and the rise of the modern state.

I'm not in agreement with much of it but it is worth your attention. His defence of Anselm is notable
The atoms tell the atoms so, for I never was or will but atoms forevermore be.

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