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Author: Luc Deitz

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156853407X202539 Vivarium 45 (2007) 113-124 www.brill.nl/viv v i v a r i u m Francesco Patrizi da Cherso’s Criticism of Aristotle’s Logic * Luc Deitz Bibliothèque nationale de Luxembourg Abstract Francesco Patrizi da Cherso’s Discussiones

In: Vivarium

plague. The Index does, however, also contain several Italian names, especially in the realm of philosophy, represented by, among others, Marcello Palingenio Stellato, Pietro Pomponazzi, Francesco Zorzi, Bernardino Telesio, Girolamo Cardano, Francesco Pucci, and Francesco Patrizi. 2 Seven years later

In: Fruits of Migration
Author: Luc Deitz

"FALSISSIMA EST ERGO HAEC DE TRIPLICI SUBSTANTIA ARISTOTELIS DOCTRINA." A SIXTEENTH-CENTURY CRITIC OF ARISTOTLE" FRANCESCO PATRIZI DA CHERSO ON PRIVATION, FORM, AND MATTER1 LUC DEITZ Bibliothèque Nationale de Luxembourg 1. The Discussiones Peripateticae: form, content, and aims Among the few

In: Early Science and Medicine
In: Early Modern Medievalisms
Marsilio Ficino and Francesco Patrizi on Cosmic Order and Music Theory
Author: Jacomien Prins
In Echoes of an Invisible World Jacomien Prins offers an account of the transformation of the notion of Pythagorean world harmony during the Renaissance and the role of the Italian philosophers Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) and Francesco Patrizi (1529-1597) in redefining the relationship between cosmic order and music theory. By concentrating on Ficino’s and Patrizi’s work, the book chronicles the emergence of a new musical reality between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, a reality in which beauty and the complementary idea of celestial harmony were gradually replaced by concepts of expressivity and emotion, that is to say, by a form of idealism that was ontologically more subjective than the original Pythagorean and Platonic metaphysics.

’ view and that of Renaissance inno- vators like Francesco Patrizi and Bernardino Telesio, it seems unlikely that Gerald played a role in the rise of new conceptions of place in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. An edition of the anonymous Quaestio de loco is given in an appendix. Keywords Gerald

In: Vivarium

, but the ars historica would only establish itself as a textual genre in its own right in the time of Humanism[11]. The writings of Francesco Patrizi of Siena (1560) [9] and Jean Bodin (1566) [3] founded...

Author: Bergemann, Lutz

. Philosophen wie Marsilio Ficino im 15. Jh., Francesco Patrizi da Cherso im 16. Jh., Athanasius Kircher im 17. Jh. oder den sog. Cambridge Platonists (einer Gruppe von engl. Philosophen und Theologen des 17....

In: Enzyklopädie der Neuzeit Online
Author: Bolzoni, Lina

Camillo, Giulio, * ca. 1480 (Portogruaro) (?), † 15 May 1543 (Milan) Camillo was born around the year 1480 in Friuli, a region in the northeastern part of Italy, perhaps in the town of Portogruaro. It seems that the family originally came from Croatia (according to → Francesco Patrizi, both he and