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* OlderThanTheyThink: As said in the main article, the ''Malleus Malleficarum'' was actually a sort of GenreRelaunch for the witch-hunting manuals of its time. There were already books like ''Practica inquisitionis heretice pravitatis'' (1324), ''Directorium Inquisitorum'' (1376), ''Formicarius'' (1435) and ''Fortalitium Fidei'' (1458) which explained what was witchcraft (often considered a form of heresy) and how to counter it through inquisitorial work.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: As said in the main article, the ''Malleus Malleficarum'' was actually a sort of GenreRelaunch for the witch-hunting manuals of its time. There were already books like ''Practica inquisitionis heretice pravitatis'' (1324), ''Directorium Inquisitorum'' (1376), ''Formicarius'' (1435) and ''Fortalitium Fidei'' (1458) which explained what was witchcraft (often considered a form of heresy) and how to counter it through inquisitorial work.work.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: As said in the main article, the ''Malleus Malleficarum'' was actually a sort of GenreRelaunch for the witch-hunting manuals of its time. There were already books like ''Practica inquisitionis heretice pravitatis'' (1324), ''Directorium Inquisitorum'' (1376), ''Formicarius'' (1435) and ''Fortalitium Fidei'' (1458) which explained what was witchcraft (often considered a form of heresy) and how to counter it through inquisitorial work.
* YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe: Basically the reaction of the actual Inquisition to most of the practices and theories detailed here. The Pope who at first endorsed the attempt roundly condemned it once he got around to reading it.

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* CriticalDissonance: The reaction of the actual Inquisition to most of the practices and theories detailed in the book was basically YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe Even the Pope who at first endorsed the attempt roundly condemned it once he got around to reading it. However, laymen who got a hold of it were so impressed (and terrified) that they took it to heart.
* OlderThanTheyThink: As said in the main article, the ''Malleus Malleficarum'' was actually a sort of GenreRelaunch for the witch-hunting manuals of its time. There were already books like ''Practica inquisitionis heretice pravitatis'' (1324), ''Directorium Inquisitorum'' (1376), ''Formicarius'' (1435) and ''Fortalitium Fidei'' (1458) which explained what was witchcraft (often considered a form of heresy) and how to counter it through inquisitorial work.
* YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe: Basically the reaction of the actual Inquisition to most of the practices and theories detailed here. The Pope who at first endorsed the attempt roundly condemned it once he got around to reading it.
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* YouGottaBeKiddingMe: Basically the reaction of the actual Inquisition to most of the practices and theories detailed here. The Pope who at first endorsed the attempt roundly condemned it once he got around to reading it.

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* YouGottaBeKiddingMe: YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe: Basically the reaction of the actual Inquisition to most of the practices and theories detailed here. The Pope who at first endorsed the attempt roundly condemned it once he got around to reading it.


* OlderThanTheyThink: As said in the main article, the ''Malleus Malleficarum'' was actually a sort of GenreRelaunch for the witch-hunting manuals of its time. There were already books like ''Practica inquisitionis heretice pravitatis'' (1324), ''Directorium Inquisitorum'' (1376), ''Formicarius'' (1435) and ''Fortalitium Fidei'' (1458) which explained what was witchcraft (often considered a form of heresy) and how to counter it through inquisitorial work.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: As said in the main article, the ''Malleus Malleficarum'' was actually a sort of GenreRelaunch for the witch-hunting manuals of its time. There were already books like ''Practica inquisitionis heretice pravitatis'' (1324), ''Directorium Inquisitorum'' (1376), ''Formicarius'' (1435) and ''Fortalitium Fidei'' (1458) which explained what was witchcraft (often considered a form of heresy) and how to counter it through inquisitorial work.work.
*YouGottaBeKiddingMe: Basically the reaction of the actual Inquisition to most of the practices and theories detailed here. The Pope who at first endorsed the attempt roundly condemned it once he got around to reading it.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: As said in the main article, the ''Malleus Malleficarum'' was actually a sort of GenreRelaunch for the witch-hunting manuals of its time. There were already books like ''Practica inquisitionis heretice pravitatis'' (1324), ''Directorium Inquisitorum'' (1376), ''Formicarius'' (1435) and ''Fortalitium Fidei'' (1458) which explained what was witchcraft (often considered a form of heresy) and how to counter it through inquisitorial work.

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