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0003. Franjo Ksaver Pejačević: Controversiae ecclesiae orientalis, et occidentalis

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Pejačević, Franjo Ksaver, Croatian historian (Osijek, July 15, 1707 - Požega, October 7, 1781).

In his youth he joined the Jesuit order (1722). After graduating in philosophy in 1728, he taught at Jesuit grammar schools in Zagreb and Pécs (until 1732). He then studied theology in Graz and after obtaining a doctorate in philosophy and theology he was a professor in Trnava, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Linz and Pécs, and then at the universities of Vienna and Graz (1744-59). He was then rector of the Jesuit colleges in Zagreb, Požega and Pécs until the abolition of the Order in 1773, and then abbot in Petrovaradin.

He is one of the Croatian Jesuit controversies of the 18th century. century, who, following the example of the discussions of the Jesuits from the 16th century on disputed issues with the Protestants, discussed such issues between Catholics and Orthodox in order to restore church unity. His lectures on controversial theology were published in Graz in 1752 under the title Controversiae Ecclesiae Orientalis et Occidentalis. The two most controversial issues have been addressed - the primacy of the Roman Church and the addition of the filioque in the Nicene-Constantinople belief. Encouraged by current debates about the recognition of Serbian saints, he researched many sources to prove that they were in unity with the Catholic Church. For this purpose, he wrote a work on Serbian history, History of Serbia, or 13 conversations about the kingdom and religion of the Serbs, from beginning to end, ie from VII. to XV. st. (Historia Serviae seu colloquia XIII de statu regni et religionis Serviae, ab exordio ad finem, sive a saeculo VII ad XV, 1799). Some parts of the book refer to the medieval history of Croatia, and the twelfth part, On the organization of the kingdom and religion of the Serbs in Bosnia (De statu regni et religionis Serblorum per Bosnam), is dedicated to the medieval history of Bosnia.

Pejačević, Franjo Ksaver, Croatian historian (Osijek, July 15, 1707 - Požega, October 7, 1781).

In his youth he joined the Jesuit order (1722). After graduating in philosophy in 1728, he taught at Jesuit grammar schools in Zagreb and Pécs (until 1732). He then studied theology in Graz and after obtaining a doctorate in philosophy and theology he was a professor in Trnava, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Linz and Pécs, and then at the universities of Vienna and Graz (1744-59). He was then rector of the Jesuit colleges in Zagreb, Požega and Pécs until the abolition of the Order in 1773, and then abbot in Petrovaradin.

He is one of the Croatian Jesuit controversies of the 18th century. century, who, following the example of the discussions of the Jesuits from the 16th century on disputed issues with the Protestants, discussed such issues between Catholics and Orthodox in order to restore church unity. His lectures on controversial theology were published in Graz in 1752 under the title Controversiae Ecclesiae Orientalis et Occidentalis. The two most controversial issues have been addressed - the primacy of the Roman Church and the addition of the filioque in the Nicene-Constantinople belief. Encouraged by current debates about the recognition of Serbian saints, he researched many sources to prove that they were in unity with the Catholic Church. For this purpose, he wrote a work on Serbian history, History of Serbia, or 13 conversations about the kingdom and religion of the Serbs, from beginning to end, ie from VII. to XV. st. (Historia Serviae seu colloquia XIII de statu regni et religionis Serviae, ab exordio ad finem, sive a saeculo VII ad XV, 1799). Some parts of the book refer to the medieval history of Croatia, and the twelfth part, On the organization of the kingdom and religion of the Serbs in Bosnia (De statu regni et religionis Serblorum per Bosnam), is dedicated to the medieval history of Bosnia.

Publisher Typis Haeredum Widmanstadii
Release year 1752.
Format 10.5 x 16 cm
Number of pages 502
Condition Very good
Binding Hardcover
Letter Latin

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