Forme del neoplatonismo
Dall’eredità ficiniana ai platonici di Cambridge
2007, cm 17 x 24, x-560 pp. con 4 figg. n.t.e 4 tavv f.t.
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This volume examines the spreading of Florentine neo-platonic thought in Europe as well in Italy in the 16th and 17th century. Ficino and Jean de Serres as intellectuals played an important role in the diffusion of Plato’s thought and works. These studies focus on the diffusion of Platonism across the continent and the protestant Elizabethan world in the modern age, reaping the benefits in the ambit of philosophy and literature, religious, scientific and political thought.