6. The conception of man in the works of the preparatory and pansophic periods
159 6. The conception of man in the works of the preparatory and pansophic periods Having described Comenius’s conception of man embodied in the works of the panorthotic (later) period, we shall now focus on the Comenian anthropology of the earlie...
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