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Et Amicorum: Essays on Renaissance Humanism and Philosophy in Honour of Jill Kraye.


Et Amicorum: Essays on Renaissance Humanism and Philosophy in Honour of Jill Kraye

Edited by Anthony Ossa-Richardson and Margaret Meserve



459 pages



Brill's Studies in Intellectual History; Volume 273


Former students, colleagues, and collaborators honor Kraye with essays on Renaissance humanism and philosophy. Among the topics are translating Aristotle in 15th-century Italy: George of Trebizond and Leonardo Bruni, a knowing likeness: artists and letterati at the Farnese Court in mid-16th-century Rome, Greek antiquities and Greek histories in the late Renaissance, defining philosophy in 15th-century humanism: four case studies, and Justus Lipsius as historian of philosophy: the reception of the Manuductio ad stoicam philosophiam (1604) in the history of philosophy. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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