Religion in the Andes: Vision and Imagination in Early Colonial Peru

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Princeton University Press, 1991 - 488 páginas

Addressing problems of objectivity and authenticity, Sabine MacCormack reconstructs how Andean religion was understood by the Spanish in light of seventeenth-century European theological and philosophical movements, and by Andean writers trying to find in it antecedents to their new Christian faith.

 

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Religion in the Andes: vision and imagination in Early Colonial Peru

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This is a detailed and careful study of Inca and Andean religion from 1532 (the Spanish invasion) to about 1660 (when Inca religion had merged into ancestral Andean religion, but before Andean ... Leer comentario completo

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REALITY REPRESENTED IN THE IMAGINATION I
15
ANDEAN SACRED SPACE AND TIME I 5521583 I 39
139
José DE AcostA
249
THE TURN OF
281
vii
322
GARCILASO DE LA VEGA
332
VISION IMAGINATION AND SOCIETY 43 4
449
GLOSSARY
457
I
488
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Sabine MacCormack is Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of History and Professor of Classics at the University of Michigan. She is author of Art and Ceremony in Late Antiquity (California).

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