|Contributions||Clements, Robert John, 1912-|
|LC Classifications||PQ1664 .M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 215 p.|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||57006371|
Chartres as an intellectual and cultural force in the Renaissance of the twelfth century has engaged the attention of critics and scholars from R. L. Poole through Gilson, Curtius, and Huizinga to, most recently, Peter Dronke. Its importance as a poetic tradition is now reviewed by Winthrop Wetherbee, first as it developed at Chartres, then as it influenced later poetry, French as well as Latin. 作者: Merrill, Robert Valentine; Clements, Robert J.; 页数: 定价: $ ISBN: 豆瓣评分 Platonism in French Renaissance Poetry的书评 (全部 0 条) 在这本书的论坛里发 . Book Reviews The Victorian Poets: A Guide to Research by Frederic E. Faverty The Platonism in French Renaissance Poetry by Robert Valentine Merrill, Robert J. Clements. Renaissance al scholastic philosophers had often revered Plato, even though very few of his works were directly known to them. Plato's dualism (the notion that the spiritual was inherently superior to the physical) and his realism (the notion that the realm of ideas shaped our sensory perception of the world or that the things that we see are only dim reflections of.
Platonism in French Renaissance Poetry by Robert Valentine Merrill with Robert J Clements Release on | by Robert Valentine Merrill 10 A more perfunctory use of this idea appears at the very opening of Ronsard ' s. The role of the poet’s divine inspiration does not prevail until o. See Robert V. Merrill with Robert J. Clements, Platonism in French Renaissance Poetry (New York, ) and particularly “The Four Furies,” pp. – Google Scholar. Religious Platonism: the influence of religion on Plato and the influence of Plato on religion / James Platonism in French Renaissance poetry [by] Robert Valentine Merrill with Robert J. Clements; The Renaissance. Robert Valentine Merrill, Robert J. Clements: Platonismo na poesia francesa do Renascimento. New York University Press, Nova York , pp. ; Observações Esta página foi editada pela última vez às 08h58min de 10 de agosto de
Platonism - Platonism - Renaissance and later Platonism: From the 15th century onward the dialogues of Plato and a large number of Middle Platonist and Neoplatonist works, above all the Enneads of Plotinus, became available in the original Greek in western Europe. As a result of this new acquaintance with the original texts, Platonic influences on Renaissance and post-Renaissance . Renaissance poetry includes a variety of artistic writings completed during the Renaissance in Europe. This period, which lasted from the 14th century to the start of the 17th century, was characterized by a focus on the arts. Some people consider poetry from this time period to be among the greatest ever created, while others celebrate it as a transition between poetic styles of the . Bruni's contemporary in Florence, the Camaldulensian monk Ambrogio Traversari, had similar led him to delete from his Latin version of Diogenes Laertius' Lives of the Philosophers () the homosexual love poems attributed to Plato (iii–32),including the . To my definition of Platonism in lyric poetry, compare Robert Valentine Merrill, with Robert J. Clements, Platonism in French Renaissance Poetry, New York I, pp. in particular. See also Paul N. Siegel, 'The Petrarchan Sonneteers and Neo-Platonic Love', Studies in .