great Luso-Brazilian figure, Padre Antonio Vieira, S. J., 1608-1697

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Vieira, Antonio, -- 1608-
Statementby C. R. Boxer.
SeriesThe Canning House annual lecture -- 4th, 1957, Diamante -- 5, The Canning House annual lecture -- 1957.
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Vieira, Antônio (–) Antônio Vieira (February 6, –J ) was a Jesuit missionary, preacher, writer, and diplomat. Born in Lisbon and taken as a child to Bahia, Brazil, Vieira went to live in that city's Jesuit college at the age of fifteen.

Get this from a library. A great Luso-Brazilian figure, Padre Antonio Vieira, S.J., [C R Boxer]. António Vieira () is an example of that in the Portuguese-Brazilian world. A fierce polemist who raised many ethical questions and taught deep tenets of universal wisdom under the outer language of Christianity, Vieira was formally a Jesuit, but not in spirit.

VIEIRA, ANTONIO°VIEIRA, ANTONIO ° (–), Portuguese priest politician, and writer. Born in Lisbon, Vieira was taken to Brazil by his parents when he was six years old.

In Vieira was sent to Portugal with an embassy to the new king, John iv, who became fascinated with the dynamic priest and eventually came to look upon him as his most trusted counselor. Boxer, A great Luso-Brazïlian figure Padre Antonio Vieira, S. J., By Raymond Cantel Publisher: PERSÉE: Université de Lyon, CNRS & ENS de LyonAuthor: Raymond Cantel.

Antonio Vieira, SJ Vieira, born in Lisbon, but brought as a child to Brazil, lived an extraordinary life in both politics and religion, and was one of both Brazil's and Portugal's greatest figures in the seventeenth century.

He studied with the Jesuits in Brazil and entered the Order in António Vieira, (born February 6,Lisbon, Portugal—died JSalvador, Brazil), Jesuit missionary, orator, diplomat, and master of classical Portuguese prose who played an active role in both Portuguese and Brazilian history.

His sermons, letters, and state papers provide a valuable index to the climate of opinion of the 17th-century world. Read Volume 45 Issue 1 of Hispanic American Historical Review.

A Great Luso-Brazilian Figure: Padre António Vieira, S.J., Two Pioneers of Tropical Medicine: Garcia d’Orta and Nicolas Monardes. Portuguese Brazilians (Portuguese: luso-brasileiros) are Brazilian citizens whose ancestry originates wholly or partly in of the Portuguese who arrived throughout the centuries in Brazil sought economic opportunities.

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Padre António Vieira, S.J., – Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Councils, London. Boxer, C R (ed) The tragic history of the sea – Hakluyt Society, Cambridge. Antonio Vieria was an African born in Portugal. When he was fifteen years old, he became a Jesuit novice and later a professor of rhetoric and dogmatic theology.

He went to Brazil where he worked to abolish discrimination against Jewish merchants, to abolish slavery, and to alleviate conditions. Boxer, “A Great Luso-Brazilian Figure, Padre António Vieira, S.J., –,” Diamante 5 () Google Scholar The venerable but still most satisfactory biography of the illustrious Jesuit is João Lúcio de Azevedo, História de António Vieira, 2nd ed., 2 vols.

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R Boxer António Vieira: six sermons by António Vieira (Book. For Vieira, see C.R. Boxer, A Great Luso-Brazilian Figure, Padre Antonio Vieira S.J. – (Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Councils, London ). Google Scholar. Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised recommendations.

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Vieira () is described by Boxer as "certainly the most remarkable man in the seventeenth-century Luso-Brazilian world" (A Great Luso-Brazilian Figure: Padre António Vieira, S.J., p. Born in Lisbon, he moved to Bahia as a child and there became a Jesuit novice in Padre Antônio Vieira (Lisboa, 6 de fevereiro de — Salvador-Bahia, 18 de julho de ) foi um religioso, filósofo, escritor e orador português da Companhia de Jesus.

Um dos mais influentes personagens do século XVII em termos de política e oratória, destacou-se. Brazilian version, Os Holandeses no Brasil,trans. by Oliverio M. de Oliveira Pinto (Sao Paulo: Companhia Editora Nacional, ) A great Luso-Brazilian figure: Padre Antonio Vieira, S.

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et d'autres livres, articles. As Oswald Chambers says in The Highest Good—The Pilgrim’s Song Book, “God engineers circumstances to see what we will do. 3 Father Antonio Vieira quoted in Boxer, “A Great Luso. EH 48 E 39 | Ets Haim Manuscripts manuscript. An interim translation of Manuel Álvares S.J.

Transcription from an unpublished manuscript by the late Avelino Teixeira da Mota and Luís de Matos Transl. and introd. P.E.H. Hair. Liverpool, Department of History [of the] University1 vol. Manuel de Almeida, S.J., Some records of. It appears in volume V, of the collected sermons.

Vieira () is described by Boxer as "certainly the most remarkable man in the seventeenth-century Luso-Brazilian world" (A Great Luso-Brazilian Figure: Padre António Vieira, S.J., p. Born in Lisbon, he moved to Bahia as a child and there became a Jesuit novice in Padre Antonio Vieira became a missionary priest and returned to Brazil inwith very complex messages about slavery.

His teachings could be interpreted as being against the Christian religion, but they raised a lot of questions about the slavery of the New World and whether or not the God's name was being used in vain. The ten chapters range from the analysis of Mesoamerican and South American indigenous prophetical beliefs to the intellectual history of the Luso-Brazilian Jesuit Antonio Vieira and his project of a Fifth Empire, passing through new approaches to the long-lasting.

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Larsen, 1 book José Pereira da Graça Aranha, 1 book Valerie S. Father António Vieira (–) was a religious cleric, diplomat, politician, man of letters, polemist, orator, and linguist (he knew Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, Tupi-Guarani, and Italian fluently).

He was also an opportunist, a pragmatist, and a lover of intrigue; he was ambitious and forceful, possessed a facility for speech and logic.Paiva, Jose Pedro, ed.

Padre Antonio Vieira. Bibliografia. Lisboa: Biblioteca Nacional de Lisboa, pp. ISBN Oceanos 30/31 (abril/setembro ).Padre Antônio Vieira was a Portuguese Jesuit – but more than a clergyman, he was a brilliant writer and an influential character in the politics of the 19th century.

He spent part of his life in Brazil and part in Portugal, and left an abundant and complex oeuvre in baroque style.