Giordano Bruno, Law, philosophy, and theology in the early modern era
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9782406104469
ISBN
978-2-406-10446-9
Éditeur
Classiques Garnier
Date de publication
Collection
TRAVAUX DU CENT
Nombre de pages
478
Dimensions
22 x 15 x 2,4 cm
Poids
636 g
Langue
mmm
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Giordano Bruno

Law, philosophy, and theology in the early modern era

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Classiques Garnier

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This volume includes some of the papers from the second and third instalments of the series Festival Bruniano, held in Geneva in 2015 and in Tours and Wittenberg in 2018, respectively. By picking up the baton from the inaugural edition of 2014 and the two preparatory colloquia that preceded it in 2013, this volume aims to discuss Giordano Bruno's contribution to sixteenth-century ideas by focusing on some theological, moral, and legal-political aspects of his philosophy. Starting from a re-evaluation of Christianity after Luther's Reformation, the four sections of this volume pay special, but not exclusive, attention to Bruno's later philosophical teaching, including his Wittenberg period and the "Frankfurt trilogy".
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