Panorthosia by Comenius 19-26
Panorthosia (Universal Reform) is the essential theme of John Amos Comenius's famous Consultation on the Reform of Human Affairs, and chapters 19-26 represent its climax. In this volume is presented the first English translation of this major work of Comenius, which was lost from about 1672 until 1934 when the Latin scholars of Czechoslovakia had it edited for publication in Prague in 1960.
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Note on the Translator
Chapter 19 CONCERNING THE INITIAL STAGES OF UNIVERSAL REFORM AND ITS SUBSEQUENT PROGRESS TOWARDS SUCCESS AND ...
Chapter 20 CONCERNING THE FIRST STAGE OF REFORM WHICH MUST BEGIN WITHIN EACH INDIVIDUAL
Chapter 21 THE PARTICULAR REFORM OF FAMILIES
Chapter 22 THE PARTICULAR REFORM OF SCHOOLS
Chapter 23 THE PARTICULAR INTERIM REFORM OF CHURCHES
Chapter 24 POLITICAL REFORM
Chapter 25 THE WORLD ASSEMBLY OR ECUMENICAL COUNCIL THE AUTHORITY FOR UNIVERSAL REFORM
Chapter 26 THE VISION OF A BETTER WORLD OR THE BLESSED STATE OF THE WORLD WHEN THESE REFORMS ARE COMPLETED
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