Pico della Mirandola


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Pi·co del·la Mi·ran·do·la

 (pē′kō dĕl′ə mə-răn′də-lə, dĕl′lä mē-rän′dō-lä), Count Giovanni 1463-1494.
Italian Neoplatonist philosopher and humanist famous for his 900 theses on a variety of scholarly subjects (1486).

Pico della Mirandola

(Italian ˈpiːko ˌdɛlla miˈrandola)
n
(Biography) Count Giovanni (dʒoˈvanni). 1463–94, Italian Platonist philosopher. His attempt to reconcile the ideas of classical, Christian, and Arabic writers in a collection of 900 theses, prefaced by his Oration on the Dignity of Man (1486), was condemned by the pope

Pi•co del•la Mi•ran•do•la

(ˈpi koʊ ˌdɛl ə məˈræn dl ə)
n.
Count Giovanni,1463–94, Italian humanist and writer.
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Ya en el Discurso sobre la dignidad del hombre (1486), Giovanni Pico della Mirandola habia establecido las bases de esta caida, cuyo abismo era la imprecision de lo humano: 'Tu, que no estas definido por nada, definiras tu naturaleza por ti mismo, segun el arbitrio en cuya mano te puse.
it corrected the mistakes of the seventeenth-century natural-law theorists, he also saw it as the completion of the program of Renaissance humanism begun by Giovanni Pico della Mirandola.
Pico della Mirandola warned Lorenzo against the literary mediums employed in popular literature:
Modelli di episteme neoplatonica nella Firenze del '400: legnoseologie di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola e di Marsilio Ficino.
Icons of media and cultural communications that traverse the centuries are translated and incorporated into the flow of a sort of decontextualized mythology, ranging from Jacqueline Kennedy to Mao Tse-tung, from Giovanni Pico della Mirandola to Galileo, from Bach to Chopin.
The analysis will be examined through the writings of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, Johannes Reuchlin, Giles of Viterbo, Niccol Camerario, Francesco Zorzi and Arcangelo da Borgonovo.
Pico della Mirandola was my master during that period.
105-106) con questa premessa Hernandez Lobato inserisce un capitoletto densissimo con il quale presenta senza troppi dettagli la fortuna del testo sidoniano in autori come Girolamo Carbone, Teofilo Folengo e Pico della Mirandola, fino ad arrivare a una panoramica della fortuna dell'autore che si puo ricostruire in ambito iberico nello stesso periodo.
The book's five chapters survey More through five signal periods of his life, largely through his major literary works from The Life of Pico della Mirandola to the legal controversies with Christopher St.
In his magnificent work De Dignitate Hominis, a brilliant Renaissance tenet on free will, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola holds that all people have the liberty to choose what way of life they want to take.
Whether it takes the form of the unbridled claims of Pico della Mirandola, of the Nietzschean assertion of the power of the superior individual to transform and shape his own nature, or of the modern totalitarian effort to change the nature of humanity by utopian social engineering, the temptation to arrogance offered by the ideas and worldly success of the modern West threatens its own great traditions and achievements.
The hermetic lineage Ramey traces to Deleuze runs from Hermes Trismegistus through Plotinus, John Scotus Eriugena, and Nicholas of Cusa, to Ficino, Pico della Mirandola and Giordano Bruno.