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Author: Gianni Paganini

. Printed in the Netherlands (on acid-free paper). Hobbes Studies 23 (2010) 1–5 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/187502510X496327 1 Karl Schuhmann, “Hobbes and Renaissance Philosophy”, in Hobbes oggi. Proceedings of the Conference promoted by Arrigo Pacchi (Milano: Franco

In: Hobbes Studies
Foundations and Challenges in Judaism on the Eve of Modernity
Author: Giuseppe Veltri
Based on several years of research on Jewish intellectual life in the Renaissance, this book tries to distinguish the coordinates of “modernity” as premises of Jewish philosophy, and vice versa. In the first part, it is concerned with the foundations of Jewish philosophy, its nature as philosophical science and as wisdom. The second part is devoted to certain elements and challenges of the humanist and Renaissance period as reflected in Judaism: historical consciousness and the sciences, utopian tradition, the legal status of the Jews in Christian political tradition and in Jewish political thought, aesthetic concepts of the body and conversion.
Author: Luc Deitz

was new was not true. Th e article shows how Patrizi proves this with respect to the Organon , and deals with the implications for the history af ancient philosophy in general implied by his stance. Keywords Francesco Patrizi, Aristotle’s Organon , Renaissance philosophy, philosophia perennis By the

In: Vivarium
Author: James Snyder

140 Reviews / Vivarium 47 (2009) 136-144 Th e Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Philosophy , ed. James Hankins, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0-521-84648-6 (hb), 978-0-521-60893-0 (pb). Renaissance philosophy has at times been compared to a barren valley bordered by two

In: Vivarium
Author: David Albertson

conduit for its survival from Bruno and Schelling to Hegel. 2 In Cusanus the echo of the Irish master resounded especially loudly and richly, and yet not only in him. Historians of Renaissance philosophy have been captivated by the Eriugenian themes that they heard reprised in the 15th and 16th centuries

In: A Companion to John Scottus Eriugena

A R I A N E D R O S C H E R JAMES HANKINS (ed.), The Cambridge Compa- nion to Renaissance Philosophy. Cambrid- ge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. xvi+430 pp., ISBN 978-0-521-60893-0. A N N A R I T A A N G E L I N I VINCENT ILARDI, Renaissance Vision from Spectacles to Telescopes

In: Nuncius

261 BOOK REVIEWS D. Di Liscia, E. Kessler and C. Methuen (eds.), Method and Order in Renaissance Philosophy of Nature. The Aristotle Commentary Tradition (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1997), 416 pp. £ 55.00 ISBN 0-86078-666-8. This collection of articles bears testimony to the substantial advances that

In: Early Science and Medicine
In: Medieval Philosophy as Transcendental Thought