The Routes of Learning
Italy and Europe in the Modern Age
2003, cm 17 x 24, x-144 pp. con 3 tavv. f.t.
- About this book
This volume is intended as a contribution to that field of the history of ideas called ‘geography of learning’ with particular attention to the relationships between Italy and German and Scandinavian countries in the course of the first three centuries of the Modern Age. The contributions discuss cases centred on journeys, correspondences, literary essays and scientific controversies with the aim of capturing the variety and tortuosity of these routes of learning in the Modern Age.