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(52) Es el discurso de Heraclito y de Giordano Bruno, al comprender a la naturaleza como "una totalidad", es decir, como una al tiempo que es multiple y, (simultaneamente), como multiple al tiempo que es una.
This large collection of essays originates from a seminar on Giordano Bruno's Spaccio della bestia trionfante (Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast, London 1584) held at the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa in 2005-06.
As a result, the set of philosophical and magical beliefs known as hermetism enjoyed great popularity in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, particularly among humanists such as Ficino, Giordano Bruno, and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola.
The artist himself has stated that the series began with a work intended as an homage to Giordano Bruno, the Neapolitan philosopher who was burned alive for heresy in the Campo dei Fiori in Rome in 1600, following eight years of torture.
Agnes Fry (1868-1958) wrote a memoir of her father, Sir Edward Fry (1921), some poetry, and two books about scientific topics; she also translated Alois Riehl's Giordano Bruno: In Memoriam of the 17th February 1600 from the German.
Thus, while the protagonists one might expect to find, Giordano Bruno and Baruch Spinoza for example, are present but Hecht also finds time to discuss the sometimes overlooked doubts of characters such as Jesus, Augustine, and Martin Luther.
ABSTRACT: Il testo viene pubblicato per gentile concessione della casa editrice ESI ed e' tratto dal libro di Stefano Ulliana "Il concetto creativo e dialettico dello Spirito nei Dialoghi Italiani di Giordano Bruno. Il confronto con la tradizione neoplatonico-aristotelica: il testo bruniano De l'Infinito, Universo e mondi", Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, Napoli, 2003.
Forty years later, Giordano Bruno, in a futile effort to clarify his views before his Venetian Inquisitors, remarked as follows: "I have held and believed that there is a distinct Godhead in the Father, in the Word, and in Love, which is the Divine Spirit; and in Essence these three are one; but I have never been able to grasp the three really being Persons and have doubted it." Transferred to Rome and imprisoned for seven years he was eventually condemned for heresy by the Roman Inquisition.