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Title: Giordano Bruno in Olanda
Authors: Del Prete, Antonella
Keywords: Giordano Bruno;Seventeenth-Century Low Countries
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali
Source: A. Del Prete, Appunti sulla diffusione della filosofia di Bruno nell’Olanda secentesca, «Bruniana & Campanelliana. Ricerche filosofiche e materiali storico-testuali», VI, 1998, 2, pp. 273-300
To what extent did texts by Bruno circulate in a country which, like Holland, was free from the censorship of the Roman Catholic Church and which had a tradition of tolerance and cultural openess? This article shows that, despite the relative rarity of Bruno's works, some knowledge of his thought was diffused, beyond that indicated by V. Salvestrini and A. Nowicki, in two areas: firstly, some scientists made cautious use of his comological model; secondly, some controversialists dispayed an increasing and ever more critical interest in Bruno's theories, ultimately turning him into a precursor of Descartes's 'impiety'.
ISSN: 1125-3819
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