An Introduction to the Symbolic Literature of the Renaissance

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Contents

II
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III
30
IV
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V
95
VI
111
VII
152
VIII
190
IX
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XI
276
XII
296
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XVII
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Page 19 - Since, from the Supreme God Mind arises, and from Mind, Soul, and since this in turn creates all subsequent things and fills them all with life, and since this single radiance illumines...
Page 11 - ... they saw that the modifications and the ratios of the musical scales were expressible in numbers; - since, then, all other things seemed in their whole nature to be modelled on numbers, and numbers seemed to be the first things in the whole of nature, they supposed the elements of numbers to be the elements of all things, and the whole heaven to be a musical scale and a number.

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