Drawing on arguments for and opposed to the expulsion of the Moriscos, and utilizing formerly unpublished resource fabric, this booklet compares the case opposed to banishment made through the Christian humanist Pedro de Valencia with that during favour pleaded by means of Catholic a
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110 30 introduction change. They legitimated their assertions by considering the Moriscos to be an un-assimilable ‘other’ and used mediaeval anti-Islamic polemic to argue their case. 111 Finally, they absolved the King from all blame by claiming that the expulsion had been inevitable; they produced arguments to show that it was an act of Divine Providence. Some Apologists even mythified Philip III, by casting him in the role of the millenarian ‘Emperor of the Last Days’ of the mediaeval political prophecies.
115. 78 P. de Valencia, Para declaracion de vna gran parte de la Estoria Apostolica en los Actos, y en la epistola ad Galatas advertencias de Pedro de Valencia varon doctissimo, y en todo genero de letras muy eminente, MS 464, fol 76r. 79 Valencia, Obras, IV, 2, p. 59, pp. 118–127. 80 Valencia, MS 464, fol. 10r. 81 Valencia, Obras, IV, 1, pp. xxi–xxii. 82 Valencia’s view of an inclusive, seamless Christianity derived from scripture and in particular from his reading of the Epistle to the Galatians and the Acts of the Apostles.
121 M. de Epalza, Los moriscos antes y después de la expulsión (Madrid: Mapfre, 1992). 122 E. Said, Orientalism (London: Penguin, 1978). 34 introduction a hotchpotch of heresy of Christian and Judaic provenance. A point made by Said is very relevant to perceptions of the Moriscos in early seventeenth-century Spain: Said argues that ‘Orientalism’ has relied more on intertextuality than on political and social realities: notions of Islam and of the East have been coloured by the history of thought in the West.
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