2 edition of Giambattista Gelli and the Florentine Academy found in the catalog.
Giambattista Gelli and the Florentine Academy
Armand L. De Gaetano
|Statement||Armand L. De Gaetano.|
|Series||Biblioteca dell"Archivum Romanicum : Serie 1, Storia, letteratura, paleografia ;, v. 119, Biblioteca dell""Archivum Romanicum.", vol. 119.|
|LC Classifications||PC1079 .D4 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 432 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||432|
|LC Control Number||76473901|
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GIAMBATTISTA GELLI AND THE FLORENTINE ACADEMY Author: DE GAETANO ARMAND. Giambattista Gelli (–) was a Florentine man of letters, from an artisan is known for his works of the s, Capricci del bottaio and La Circe, which are ethical and philosophical works were the plays La sporta () and L'errore ().
In his historical writings, Gelli was influenced by the late 15th-century forgeries of Annio da Viterbo, Authority control: BIBSYS:. FLORENTINE ACADEMY "Florentine Academy," or Platonic Academy of Florence, is the name usually applied to the circle of philosophers and other scholars who gathered around Marsilio Ficino, under the auspices of the Medici, in Careggi, near Florence, between and These scholars were engaged in the study and discussion of the works of Plato and his.
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The Circe of Signior Giovanni Battista Gelli, of the Academy of Florence () [Giovanni Battista Gelli, Thomas Ph.D. Brown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it. Despite the date given on the title page, internal textual evidence suggests that this edition was printed early in Elizabeth’s reign after 17 November Giambattista Gelli (–) was a Florentine man of letters, much read in the Elizabethan period even before Henry Iden published this English translation.
The chief contemporary account of the whole event, clearly an officially sanctioned one, was published by Pierfrancesco Giambullari in the form of a letter addressed to Giovanni Bandini, Florentine oratore to the court of Emperor Charles V.
Giambullari wasted no time; his page book, dated 12 Augustrecounts events from the arrival of Eleanora at. Gelli's aversion is more immediate, fueled perhaps in part by the widespread attendance at the academy's Sunday public sessions, which opened intellectual life to the masses and gave them a sense of ownership of Florentine and of the city's cultural heritage.
the Accademia Fiorentina; see A. De Gaetano, Giambattista Gelli and the Florentine Academy, Florencepp. 14 ff. and ff.
De Gaetano, however, did not realize that many lectures were expanded versions ofG. Gesualdo's erudite commentary in his edition of the Canzoniere.
On the origins of the academic lecture see also R. Samuels. Giambattista Gelli and the Florentine Academy book Giambattista Gelli and the Florentine Academy: the rebellion against Latin / Armand L. De Gaetano De Gaetano, Armand L., [ Book: ].
Journal of the History of Philosophy (JHP) is an international journal that publishes articles, notes, discussions, and reviews about the history of Western philosophy, broadly takes its mandate from a motion passed by the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association in December approving "the establishment of a journal devoted to the history.
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Platonic Academy, Italian Accademia Platonica, a group of scholars in midth-century Florence who met under the leadership of the outstanding translator and promulgator of Platonic philosophy Marsilio Ficino (q.v.), to study and discuss philosophy and the influence of their modernized and Christianized Platonism on Italian Renaissance thought was profound and still.
"Florentine Academy," or Platonic Academy of Florence, is the name usually applied to the circle of philosophers and other scholars who gathered around Marsilio Ficino, under the auspices of the Medici, in Careggi, near Florence, between and These scholars were engaged in the study and.
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2 2 campanilismo, which is partly responsible, it seems, for the excessive importance attributed to Ficino’s academy in Florence, and the relative neglect of more influential models in Rome and Naples.2 The terminology regarding academies, sodalitates, studia, gymnasia, coetus litteratorum, etc.
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We may mention some important dates in the history of the Florentine Academy. In George Gemistus Plethon with his lectures on Plato inspired Cosimo Medici to found an academy.
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The phrase “studia humanitatis ac litterarum” was noted by Petrarch when he discovered Cicero's speech Pro Archia, but was reintroduced into Latin usage by Coluccio Salutati at the end of the David Rundle (ed.), The Hutchinson Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Oxford: Helicon Publishing,pp.
– 2. On the relationship between language and Author: Manuela Antoniu. and learned sketch of the Florentine cultural scene, positioning Pazzi in contemporary academic debates and in relation to such well known colleagues as Grazzini, Varchi, and Giambattista Gelli.
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He is known for his works of the s, "Capricci del bottaio" and "La Circe," which are ethical and philosophical dialogues. Other works were the plays "La sporta" () and. All for Strings Book 2 String Bass, Gerald Anderson, Richard Frost Giambattista Gelli and the Florentine Academy.
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In his commentary, Gelli emphasizes the Aristotelian in Dante, shows a concern for textual accuracy, and regards aesthetic qualities as a means to conveying knowledge effectively. Despite the hostility of the Bembists to Dante’s realism, Gelli favors the poet’s stylistic variation, along with use of the vernacular, for purposeful communication.
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