"The true name of Michael "Servetus" was Michael de Villanueva, and contrary to what was thought, he did not stop publishing for more than a decade, right after having published during the previous 9 years almost annually. The result: ten anonymous new works!, most of them with great friend the printer Jean Frellon. And a much more human perspective of his life experience and his friends. This new data reveals he was very loyal, brave and a good friend, and not arrogant as some people tried to suggest. An even greater Genius and Person has been revealed, hidden by the obsession of Calvin, who got us all to believe the true name of Michael was Servetus" (scholar González Echeverría , VI Meeting of the International Society for the History of Medicine, September 9th, Barcelona)(Events by date. Divided articles have an (a) and (b) or a (I) and (II))
Summary of the unearthed works by Michael Servetus. Anonymous cause of the explicit prohibition he got by the University of Paris in 1538, on not to attack any physician of Paris. Also cause of their references to Erasmus and Robert Estienne in the prologues.
After 16 years of research in archives of manwas born in Tudela and later went to Aragón. Anyway the scholar has always made clear this is the least relevant aspect of Michael " Servetus", but helps understand his personal life, and his rabbinnic education. The most important issue is that new data reveals his true name was not "Servetus" ,but " De Villanueva," and that changes all his biography, from his birth aspects, his intention on signing works, his idea of the Trinity, and his sacrifice in Geneva. Now all is consisent after 500 years.
Presentation. Human prespective of Michael, orphan. His printer friends. His great friend the printer Jean Frellon, pressured by the inquisition while he was protecting Michael. How those printers became his new family at Vienne Isere.
The new medical, grammatical, and biblical works; theological unknown aspects, and true identity of Michael Servetus; human perspective. Lectures organized by the prestigious Royal Academy of Medicine of Catalonia 29 November 2011. Experts Dr Corbella, president of the Academy, De Fuentes Sagaz, ex-secretary of the Spanish Society of Cardiology, and Dr. Sabaté, coordinator of the Unit of History and Medical Ethics of the University of Barcelona, on general aspects of Michael, and some of the discoveries of González Echeverría.
New on the start of the investigations of González Echeverria, when he started to find the additional unknown works of Michael, and he still thought he had been born in Villanueva de Sijena. Later data revealed he was born in Tudela, as it is proved by the lost French Royal document of Naturalization he found in 2010, and the registry of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris. Beginings of the investigations
Parte de la conferencia sobre el manuscrito de la Universidad de Paris donde figuraban tanto San Francisco Javier, San Ignacio de Loyola junto con 3 mas de l...
Enlightened by Servetus's insight:
Lecture : The Legacy of Paris in the XVI century: the Jesuits, Calvinism and Michael Servetus" Lecture of servetian Gonzalez Echeverria, on the three different approaches to Christianity that appeared during the same years, in the same place. The false statements of Calvin, The Jesuits and his defense of Social Justice, and Michael de Villanueva ( " Servetus") and his defense of Tolerance, knowledge, and social justice.
Celebration of the 500 anniversary of the birth of Michael de Villanueva. Lecture of the Scholar Gonzalez Echeverria, in the Planetarium of Pamplona, organized by the Ateneum of Navarre. 20 December 2011. Proof of the additional 10 new works, and registry of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris, Royal document of French naturalization of Michael, evidences that his name at spain was not " Servetus". Celebrated in the hall Ibn Ezra of the Planetarium of Navarre, another great Jewish converso also born in Tudela of Navarre( same than Benjamin).
Michael Servetus's life aspects, primary sources and the 10 new works. His relation to the Unitarian. His work as a physician and polymath, defense of social justice and the poor. His bravety and defense of the spirit of truth and spark of divinity every being has.
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