Renaissance Philosophy: New Translations: Lorenzo Valla

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To be finally martyred in Rome in 107 AD! Whereas Descartes made the thinking self to be an objective observer of the universe, and Kant reinforced that idea, Nietzsche effectively dethrones the self from the center of objective reality. They have exercised tremendous influence not only upon the Western tradition, but also upon the Indian (e.g. the Nyaya school) and the Arabic (e.g. Bonaventura (Münster 1927). – Kölmel, W., “«Labor» und «paupertas» bei Bonaventura”, in: San Bonaventura.

Pages: 174

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter (January 1, 1973)

ISBN: 9027971935

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