Giordano Bruno

Autore: Andrea König
Editore: Tectum Verlag DE
ISBN: 9783828885585
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Am 17. Februar 1600 wurde auf Befehl der p pstlichen Inquisition auf dem Campo di Fiore in Rom einer der bedeutendsten Denker der italienischen Renaissance auf dem Scheiterhaufen verbrannt - Giordano Bruno. In ihm begegnet uns einer der merkw rdigsten und umstrittensten M nner des 16. Jahrhunderts. Obwohl sicherlich nicht ganz ohne Vorl ufer, war Bruno doch der erste bedeutende Vertreter einer neuen Form von Inquisitionsopfern. Er geh rte keiner Reformrichtung der damaligen Zeit an, sondern ging seinen eigenen Weg als Philosoph und Freidenker. Lange Zeit wurde Giordano Bruno neben seinem ber hmten Zeitgenossen Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) eine eher geringe Bedeutung beigemessen, was den wissenschaftlich-philosophischen Rang und den Inhalt seines umfangreichen Werkes angeht. Neben den gro en Denkergestalten der italienischen Renaissance fand Bruno keineswegs allgemein solche Anerkennung, sondern galt vielmehr von seinen Lebzeiten (1548-1600) bis weit in die Moderne als umstritten. Dennoch gab es nur wenige Denker, die ihren Stimmungsgehalt mit solcher Originalit t und Geisteskraft Ausdruck zu verleihen vermochten wie Giordano Bruno. Obwohl sein Name nach seinem Tod zun chst ge chtet blieb, ging von Bruno ein Einfluss aus, der in der Nachfolgezeit auf viele Menschen Faszination aus bte und wichtige Denkanst e bot. Mag er auch f r das moderne Denken eine zu wenig repr sentative Gestalt gewesen sein, so leistete Giordano Bruno doch einen entscheidenden Beitrag dazu, das Tor zur Neuzeit zu ffnen. Mit denkerischer Sch rfe und Intuition nahm Giordano Bruno vieles vorweg, was Naturwissenschaftler erst sp ter entdeckten. Als Denker der Zeitwende, der ein neues Weltbild und die moderne Naturwissenschaft initiierte, wird er heute von vielen Interpreten charakterisiert. Diese Arbeit versteht sich als Beitrag dazu, nicht nur einen Einblick in das Leben und die umfangreiche Lehre des italienischen Renaissancephilosophen, der an der Schwelle der Moderne stand, zu gew hren, sond

Giordano Bruno

Autore: Ferdinand Falkson
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Giordano Bruno

Autore: Paul Richard Blum
Editore: C.H.Beck
ISBN: 9783406419515
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Giordano Bruno

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Giordano Bruno Gedanken Ber Seine Lehre Und Sein Leben

Autore: Karl Heinrich von Stein
Editore: SEVERUS Verlag
ISBN: 3863473744
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Giordano Bruno

Autore: Wolfgang Wildgen
Editore: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643113846
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Giordano Bruno

Autore: William Boulting
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1136183132
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This comprehensive book outlines the life and works of an important revolutionary intellectual of the 16th Century. This book follows Bruno’s life and the development of his thought in the order in which he declared it. Giordano Bruno was an Italian Dominican friar, philosopher, mathematician and astronomer. He was burned at the stake after the Roman Inquisition found him guilty of heresy but his modern scientific thought and cosmology became very influential. His writings on science also showed interest in magic and alchemy and those are outlined in this book alongside what he is most remembered for - his place in the history of the relationship between science and faith.

On The Heroic Frenzies

Autore: Giordano Bruno
Editore: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442643897
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This vibrant bilingual edition, annotated by celebrated Bruno scholar Ingrid D. Rowland, features the text in its original Italian alongside an elegant, accurate English translation.

Essays On Giordano Bruno

Autore: Hilary Gatti
Editore: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 140083693X
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This book gathers wide-ranging essays on the Italian Renaissance philosopher and cosmologist Giordano Bruno by one of the world's leading authorities on his work and life. Many of these essays were originally written in Italian and appear here in English for the first time. Bruno (1548-1600) is principally famous as a proponent of heliocentrism, the infinity of the universe, and the plurality of worlds. But his work spanned the sciences and humanities, sometimes touching the borders of the occult, and Hilary Gatti's essays richly reflect this diversity. The book is divided into sections that address three broad subjects: the relationship between Bruno and the new science, the history of his reception in English culture, and the principal characteristics of his natural philosophy. A final essay examines why this advocate of a "tranquil universal philosophy" ended up being burned at the stake as a heretic by the Roman Inquisition. While the essays take many different approaches, they are united by a number of assumptions: that, although well versed in magic, Bruno cannot be defined primarily as a Renaissance Magus; that his aim was to articulate a new philosophy of nature; and that his thought, while based on ancient and medieval sources, represented a radical rupture with the philosophical schools of the past, helping forge a path toward a new modernity.

Giordano Bruno

Autore: Ingrid D. Rowland
Editore: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1466895845
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Giordano Bruno is one of the great figures of early modern Europe, and one of the least understood. Ingrid D. Rowland's pathbreaking life of Bruno establishes him once and for all as a peer of Erasmus, Shakespeare, and Galileo, a thinker whose vision of the world prefigures ours. By the time Bruno was burned at the stake as a heretic in 1600 on Rome's Campo dei Fiori, he had taught in Naples, Rome, Venice, Geneva, France, England, Germany, and the "magic Prague" of Emperor Rudolph II. His powers of memory and his provocative ideas about the infinity of the universe had attracted the attention of the pope, Queen Elizabeth—and the Inquisition, which condemned him to death in Rome as part of a yearlong jubilee. Writing with great verve and sympathy for her protagonist, Rowland traces Bruno's wanderings through a sixteenth-century Europe where every certainty of religion and philosophy had been called into question and shows him valiantly defending his ideas (and his right to maintain them) to the very end. An incisive, independent thinker just when natural philosophy was transformed into modern science, he was also a writer of sublime talent. His eloquence and his courage inspired thinkers across Europe, finding expression in the work of Shakespeare and Galileo. Giordano Bruno allows us to encounter a legendary European figure as if for the first time.