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The Renaissance: essays in interpretation

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Product description

This edition published in 1982: it is a translation of the Italian original 'Il Rinascimento: interpretazioni e problemi' published 1979.

This is an ex-library copy, with the usual stamps etc. It is in a very good dust jacket.

The contents are:
Historians and the Renaissance during the last twenty-five years; Denys Hay --The medieval origins of the Renaissance; Walter Ullman --Themes for a Renaissance anthropology; Charles Trinkaus --The Renaissance in the history of philosophical thought; Paul Oskar Kristeller --Political theories in the Renaissance; Nicolai Rubinstein --The Renaissance and the history of literature; Cecil Grayson --The arts during the Renaissance; André Chastel --Problems of the scientific Renaissance; Marie Boas Hall --Philosophy and science in sixteenth-century Italian universities; Charles B. Schmitt.

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Author(s):
Andre Chastel (and others)
Condition:
Used: very good
EAN-13:
9780416311303
Edition:
First published in Great Britain
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
041631130X
ISBN-13:
9780416311303
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
Methuen
Title:
The Renaissance: essays in interpretation

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This edition published in 1982: it is a translation of the Italian original 'Il Rinascimento: interpretazioni e problemi' published 1979.

This is an ex-library copy, with the usual stamps etc. It is in a very good dust jacket.

The contents are:
Historians and the Renaissance during the last twenty-five years; Denys Hay --The medieval origins of the Renaissance; Walter Ullman --Themes for a Renaissance anthropology; Charles Trinkaus --The Renaissance in the history of philosophical thought; Paul Oskar Kristeller --Political theories in the Renaissance; Nicolai Rubinstein --The Renaissance and the history of literature; Cecil Grayson --The arts during the Renaissance; André Chastel --Problems of the scientific Renaissance; Marie Boas Hall --Philosophy and science in sixteenth-century Italian universities; Charles B. Schmitt.

Author(s):
Andre Chastel (and others)
Condition:
Used: very good
EAN-13:
9780416311303
Edition:
First published in Great Britain
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
041631130X
ISBN-13:
9780416311303
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
Methuen
Title:
The Renaissance: essays in interpretation

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