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Title Bernardino Telesio and the natural sciences in the Renaissance / edited by Pietro Daniel Omodeo
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 285 pages)
Series Medieval and early modern philosophy and science ; volume 29
History of science and medicine library. Medieval and early modern philosophy and science ; v. 29.
Contents The first of the moderns: Telesio between Bacon and Galileo / Roberto Bondí -- "Spiritus" and "anima a Deo immissa" in Telesio / Miguel Ángel Granada -- Telesio, Aristotle, and Hippocrates on cosmic heat / Hiro Hirai -- Heat and moving spirits in Telesio's and Della Porta's meteorological treatises / Arianna Borrelli -- Telesian controversies on the winds and meteorology / Oreste Trabucco -- Telesio and the Renaissance debates on sea tides / Pietro Daniel Omodeo -- In search of the true nature of the rainbow: renewal of the Aristotelian tradition in the Renaissance and the De Iride1 / Elio Nenci -- A conversation by Telesio: sensualism, criticism of Aristotle, and the theory of light in the Late Renaissance / Martin Mulsow -- 'Haereticorum more leges refellendi suas proponit'. At the beginning of Telesian censorship: an annotated copy of the 1565 Roman edition / Alessandro Ottaviani -- Reformation, naturalism, and telesianism: the case of Agostino Doni / Riccarda Suitner -- Between myth and reality: the Accademia Telesiana / Giulia Giannini -- The transformation of final causation: Telesio's theories of self-preservation and motion / Rodolfo Garau
Summary "This volume is devoted to the natural philosopher Bernardino Telesio (1509-1588) and his place in the scientific debates of the Renaissance. Telesio's thought is emblematic of Renaissance culture in its aspiration towards universality; the volume deals with the roots and reception of his vistas from an interdisciplinary perspective ranging from the history of philosophy to that of physics, astronomy, meteorology, medicine, and psychology. The editor, Pietro Daniel Omodeo and leading specialists of intellectual history introduce Telesio's conceptions to English-speaking historians of science through a series of studies, which aim to foster our understanding of a crucial early modern author, his world, achievement, networks, and influence. Contributors are Roberto Bondì, Arianna Borrelli, Rodolfo Garau, Giulia Giannini, Miguel Ángel Granada, Hiro Hirai, Martin Mulsow, Elio Nenci, Pietro Daniel Omodeo, Nuccio Ordine, Alessandro Ottaviani, Jürgen Renn, Riccarda Suitner, and Oreste Trabucco"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 01, 2021)
Subject Telesio, Bernardino, 1509-1588 -- Influence
Telesio, Bernardino, 1509-1588.
Telesio, Bernardino, 1509-1588.
Telesio, Bernardino, 1509-1588.
Natural history -- History -- 16th century
Philosophy of nature -- History -- 16th century
Science -- History -- 16th century
Sciences naturelles -- Histoire -- 16e siècle.
Philosophie de la nature -- Histoire -- 16e siècle.
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Natural history.
Philosophy of nature.
Science.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Omodeo, Pietro Daniel, editor.
LC no. 2019024187
ISBN 9004352643
9789004352643