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date: 16 June 2019

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The roots of and context for the genesis of the Oxford Movement can be traced to the intellectual and spiritual formation of its leaders, protagonists, and disciples provided within the milieu of the University of Oxford and notably Oriel College. The influence of the Oriel Noetics was crucial but that of John Keble and Hurrell Froude on the impressionable John Henry Newman and others was no less significant. A parting of the ways between those who would become Tractarians and the Noetics, first evident in the Peel election of 1829, was reflected in Oriel’s tutor dispute of 1830, giving a foretaste of the deepening divisions of the 1830s discussed in a later chapter.

Keywords: Blanco White, Catholic Emancipation, Edward Copleston, Edward Hawkins, Isaac Williams, John Henry Newman, Noetics, Oriel College, University of Oxford, Richard Whately

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