Renaissance essays. From the Journal of the history of ideas, edited by Paul Oskar Kristeller & Philip P. Wiener.

By: Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 1905-Contributor(s): Wiener, Philip Paul, 1905-Series: Harper torchbooks, TB1392Publication details: New York, Harper & Row [1968]Edition: [1st ed.]Description: 381 p. illus. 21 cmUniform titles: Journal of the history of ideas. Subject(s): RenaissanceDDC classification: 914/.03/2108 LOC classification: CB361 | .K68
Contents:
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, by E. Cassirer.--The interpretation of the Renaissance, by W. K. Ferguson.--Ideas of history during the Renaissance, by H. Weisinger.--Querelle of ancients and moderns, by H. Baron.--Shifting currents in historical criticism, by B. Reynolds.--The social responsibilities of science in Utopia, New Atlantis, and after, by R. P. Adams.--Erasmus and the religious tradition, by E. F. Rice, Jr.--The problem of free will in the Renaissance and the Reformation, by C. Trinkaus.--Renaissance humanism: the pursuit of eloquence, by H. H. Gray.--The development of scientific method in the school of Padua, by J. H. Randall, Jr.--Postel and the significance of Renaissance cabalism, by W. J. Bouwsma.--Imagery and logic: Ramus and metaphysical poetics, by R. Tuve.--Leonardo and Freud: an art-historical study, by M. Schapiro.--Music in the culture of the Renaissance, by E. E. Lowinsky.
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Bibliographical footnotes.

Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, by E. Cassirer.--The interpretation of the Renaissance, by W. K. Ferguson.--Ideas of history during the Renaissance, by H. Weisinger.--Querelle of ancients and moderns, by H. Baron.--Shifting currents in historical criticism, by B. Reynolds.--The social responsibilities of science in Utopia, New Atlantis, and after, by R. P. Adams.--Erasmus and the religious tradition, by E. F. Rice, Jr.--The problem of free will in the Renaissance and the Reformation, by C. Trinkaus.--Renaissance humanism: the pursuit of eloquence, by H. H. Gray.--The development of scientific method in the school of Padua, by J. H. Randall, Jr.--Postel and the significance of Renaissance cabalism, by W. J. Bouwsma.--Imagery and logic: Ramus and metaphysical poetics, by R. Tuve.--Leonardo and Freud: an art-historical study, by M. Schapiro.--Music in the culture of the Renaissance, by E. E. Lowinsky.