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Title:Caliban
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Caliban by Ernest Renan

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Marco Aurelio y el Fin del Mundo Antiguo (Sepan Cuantos, #597), Souvenirs d'enfance et de jeunesse, Ibnu Rushd dan Mazhabnya, Lectures on the Influence of the Institutions, Thought & Culture of Rome on Christianity & the Development of the Catholic Church, Ulus Nedir?, Caliban, Qu'est-ce qu'une nation?, The Antichrist, Vie de Jesus, Life of Jesus
In this classic work renowned rationalist amp scholar of religion Ernest Renan is the st biographer of Jesus to present him as entirely human Renan describes Jesus as a popular religious leader amp self proclaimed Messiah who increasingly advocated the overthrow of Roman rule amp the establishment of a theocracy To support his apocalyptic vision Renan s Jesus was not above using trickery amp deception as in the raising of Lazarus The impression left by Jesus on his disciples was so profound that they began to proclaim his resurrection amp presence among them shortly after his death Even conceding Christ s historicity it s still seriously debated by modern biblical scholars whether a reliable life of Jesus can be gleaned from the gospels For this very reason the questions raised by Renan a century ago about the facts surrounding Jesus life amp the authorship of the gospels are still far from settled i The Life of Jesus i has provoked both controversy amp praise since its publication in, nsan ne diline ne de rk na aittir nsan sadece kendine aittir nk o zg r bir varl kt r ahlaki bir varl kt r br Ulus bir hissiyat ruhani bir ilkedir Bu hissiyat bu ruhani ilkeyi asl nda bir olan iki ey olu turur Biri ge mi te di eri imdidedir Biri ortak zengin bir hat ralar miras na sahip olmakt r di eri imdiki zamanda ortak karara varma birlikte ya ama arzusu b l nmemi halde ald klar miras geli tirmeye devam etme iradesidir br Ge mi e sadakat ve imdiyi kurma aras nda bize verilene ba l l k ve se ti imizi yaratma aras nda Ulus ka n lmaz bir ekilde ikili ve eli kili bir ger ektir Ama biz bu eli kiye kendimizi adam zd r Renan n b y kl de bunu bize hat rlatmas ndad r nk k kleri tarihe dayanmayan hi bir ey m mk n de ildir halk ve bireylerin kendi kaderlerini tayin etme haklar na dayanmayan hi bir ey de me ru de ildir, s t The Period From the Arrival of Paul in Rome to the End of the Jewish Revolution br The period covered by the present volume is after the three or four years of the public life of Jesus the most extraordinary in the entire development of Christianity Here by a singular touch of the great unconscious Artist who appears to rule in the seeming caprice of historic evolution we shall see Jesus and Nero Christ and Antichrist set as it were in contrast face to face like heaven and hell The Christian consciousness is now full grown Hitherto it has known little else than the law of love Jewish intolerance though harsh could not fret away the bond of grateful attachment cherished in the heart of the infant Church for her mother the Synagogue from whom she is still hardly sundered Now at length the Christian has before him an object of hate and terror Over against the memory of Jesus rises a monstrous form the ideal of evil as He had been the ideal of holiness Held in reserve like Enoch or Elias to play his part in the last great tragedy of the world Nero completes the cycle of Christian mythology he inspires the first sacred book of the new canon by a frightful massacre he lays the corner stone of Romish primacy and opens the way to that revolution which is to make of Rome a second Jerusalem a holy city At the same time by a mysterious coincidence not infrequent in great crises of human destiny Jerusalem is overthrown the Temple disappears Christianity disburdened of a restraint already painful and advancing to a broadening freedom follows out its own destinies apart from conquered Judaism, No description available