The Renaissance Philosophy of Man

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University of Chicago Press, 1956 - Philosophy, Medieval - 405 pages
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User Review  - davidpwithun - LibraryThing

This book is a fascinating introduction not just to the "Renaissance philosophy of man" (as the title has it) but to Renaissance philosophy in general. The introductions to each piece presented are ... Read full review

Review: The Renaissance Philosophy of Man: Petrarca, Valla, Ficino, Pico, Pomponazzi, Vives

User Review  - Margaret - Goodreads

I read "The Ascent of Mount Verneau" by Petrarca in this book. He climbs the mountain and randomly opens st. augustine's "confessions" I must admit I have tried the same in the attempt to find a miraculous solution to life's problems Read full review


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Introduction By Hans Nachod
A Selfportrait

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