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of the analogical ethnographic argument to historical western European materials, although generally well regarded, 9 has not been without its difficulties. One obstacle has been the frequently insurmountable differences between the realities of highly localized observations within a small community and the uncertainties of reconstructed, region-wide events that present additional, special complications, such as the involvement of

in Witchcraft Continued

(a pilgrim separated both from his books and from his well-known friends in a foreign region) could not be conquered by arguments, he might at least leave the arena, worn out by labor and by distaste for insults, and might display an appearance of having been conquered. Therefore, the argument returned to the question of man’s free will. And that adversary added this to the paradox: ‘That a just man sins in every good deed.’ But this disputation lasted only a few days. For it was soon brought to an end, on the 15th day of July, and the whole case was referred to

in Luther’s lives