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Was there, then, any objection to his works: the Enchiridion, the Adagia?

Enchiridion militis Christiani, printed in Lucubratiunculae, 1503.

His Enchiridion ethicum and Enchiridion metaphysicum were the text books of the school.

The above is an abridged translation from the Enchiridion, ed.

The Enchiridion was the result, of which more will be said by and by.

But the Enchiridion was not the only work published by Erasmus during this interval.

The Enchiridion was, in truth, a re-echo of the very key-note of Colets faith.

The Enchiridion was submitted to the judgment of Vitrarius, and obtained his approval.

The Enchiridion is a summary of theoretical and applied Stoicism.

A copy of the Enchiridion of Epictetus fell into our hands, and after studying it faithfully, we rejected Stoicism.

WORD ORIGIN

1540s, "a handbook," from Late Latin, from Greek enkheiridion, neuter of enkheiridios "that which is held in the hand," from en "in" (see en- (2)) + kheir "hand" (see chiro-) + diminutive suffix -idion.

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