Studies in Renaissance Thought and Letters, Volume 3

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Ed. di Storia e Letteratura, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 697 pages
 

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Contents

A Latin Translation of Gemistos Plethons De Fato by Johannes
21
Florentine Platonism and Its Relations with Humanism
39
The European Significance of Florentine Platonism Medieval
49
Marsilio Ficino as a Beginning Student of Plato Scriptorium
56
Some Original Letters and Autograph Manuscripts of Marsilio
109
The First Printed Edition of Platos Works and the Date of
135
A Thomist Critique of Marsilio Ficinos Theory of Will and
147
Sebastiano Salvini A Florentine Humanist and Theologian
173
Renaissance Aristotelianism Greek Roman and Byzantine
341
Two Unpublished Questions on the Soul of Pietro Pomponazzi
359
The Historical Position of Johannes Scottus Eriugena Latin
395
Bartholomaeus Musandinus and Maurus of Salerno and other
403
Philosophy and Medicine in Medieval and Renaissance Italy
431
Matteo de Libri Bolognese Notary of the Thirteenth Century
443
UnArs Dictaminis di Giovanni del Virgilio Italia Medioevale
487
A Philosophical Treatise from Bologna Dedicated to Guido
509

Lodovico Lazzarelli e Giovanni da Correggio due ermetici
207
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and His Sources Lopera e il
227
A Sup
305
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and His Latin Poems A
323
Francesco Patrizi da Cherso Emendatio in libros suos Novae
333
The Myth of Renaissance Atheism and the French Tradition
541
A Study in the History of Aes
555
Between the Italian Renaissance and the French Enlighten
613
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Renaissance Thought
Robert Black
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