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Nicholas of Cusa and the renaissance

Author: F Edward Cranz; Thomas M Izbicki; Gerald Christianson
Publisher: Aldershot [England] ; Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate/Variorum, ©2000.
Series: Collected studies, CS654.
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This volume brings together Professor Cranz's published studies on Nicholas of Cusa with a set of seven papers left unpublished at the time of his death. Their subjects are the speculative thought of  Read more...

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Cranz, F. Edward (Ferdinand Edward)
Nicholas of Cusa and the renaissance.
Aldershot [England] ; Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate/Variorum, c2000
(OCoLC)652365819
Named Person: Nicholas, of Cusa Cardinal; Nicholas, of Cusa Cardinal; Nicolas de Cusa; Nicolas de Cusa; Nikolaus (von Kues); Nicholas, of Cusa Cardinal
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F Edward Cranz; Thomas M Izbicki; Gerald Christianson
ISBN: 0860788016 9780860788010
OCLC Number: 41388294
Description: xxv, 224 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Note on Cranz's Citations of the Works of Nicholas of Cusa --
Preface: F. Edward Cranz (1914-1998) --
F. Edward Cranz's Conception of Western Philosophy / Charles Trinkaus --
Pt. 1. Major Themes in Nicholas of Cusa. Development in Cusanus? Reason and Beyond Reason in Nicholas of Cusa. Reason, Intellect, and the Absolute in Nicholas of Cusa --
Pt. 2. The Late Works of Nicholas of Cusa. The Late Works of Nicholas of Cusa. The De aequalitate and De principio of Nicholas of Cusa --
Pt. 3. Nicholas of Cusa, Augustine, Proclus, and Pseudo-Dionysius. Saint Augustine and Nicholas of Cusa in the Tradition of Western Christian Thought. The (Concept of the) Beyond in Proclus, Pseudo-Dionysius, and Cusanus. Nicolaus Cusanus and Dionysius Areopagita. Cusanus' Use of Pseudo-Dionysius --
Pt. 4. Nicholas of Cusa and Martin Luther. A Common Pattern in Petrarch, Nicholas of Cusa, and Martin Luther. The Transmutation of Platonism in the Development of Nicolaus Cusanus and of Martin Luther. Cusanus, Luther, and the Mystical Tradition. Epilogue: Bibliographical Background to De visione Dei of Cusanus.
Series Title: Collected studies, CS654.
Responsibility: F. Edward Cranz ; edited by Thomas M. Izbicki and Gerald Christianson.

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