Who are Erasmus?

  • (noun): Dutch humanist and theologian who was the leading Renaissance scholar of northern Europe; although his criticisms of the Church led to the Reformation, he opposed violence and condemned Martin Luther (1466-1536).
    Synonyms: Desiderius Erasmus, Gerhard Gerhards, Geert Geerts

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STAR (student Association)
... STAR (Study Association Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University) is a student association for business administration students of the Rotterdam ... Other events organized by STAR include the Erasmus Recruitment Days and the International Business Study ... The Erasmus Recruitment Days, co-organized by STAR and the EFR, is the largest campus recruitment event in the Netherlands ...
... works of the "Prince of Christian Humanists", Desiderius Erasmus ... Christian Humanists viewed Erasmus as their leader in the early 16th century ... Erasmus' works had greater meaning to those learned few who had a larger knowledge of Latin and Greek ...
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... Erasmus sees through the Overlord's deception of a fake dwarf attack, but is killed by him and his minions before he can tell anyone ...
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... Erasmus, Quirino and Christopher ... Erasmus, in Baroque style designed and conducted by Franz de Paula Penz ...
Mononymous Person - History - Europe
... The Dutch Renaissance scholar and theologian Erasmus is a late example of mononymity though sometimes referred to as "Desiderius Erasmus" or "Erasmus of Rotterdam", he was ...

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    You’ll see certain Pythagoreans whose belief in communism of property goes to such lengths that they pick up anything lying about unguarded, and make off with it without a qualm of conscience as if it had come to them by law.
    —Desiderius Erasmus (c. 1466–1536)

    Picture the prince, such as most of them are today: a man ignorant of the law, well-nigh an enemy to his people’s advantage, while intent on his personal convenience, a dedicated voluptuary, a hater of learning, freedom and truth, without a thought for the interests of his country, and measuring everything in terms of his own profit and desires.
    —Desiderius Erasmus (c. 1466–1536)

    Whether a party can have much success without a woman present I must ask others to decide, but one thing is certain, no party is any fun unless seasoned with folly.
    —Desiderius Erasmus (c. 1466–1536)