ALBERTUS MAGNUS (c.1200-1280).

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LIBER ALBERTI MAGNUM DE DUABUS SAPIENTIIS ET VERE CAPITULATIONE OMNIUM LIBRORUM ASTRONOMIE (nota anche come Speculum Astronomiae)

Specifiche

  • Autore:

    ALBERTUS MAGNUS (c.1200-1280).

  • Titolo:

    LIBER ALBERTI MAGNUM DE DUABUS SAPIENTIIS ET VERE CAPITULATIONE OMNIUM LIBRORUM ASTRONOMIE (nota anche come Speculum Astronomiae)

  • Luogo: NUREMBERG
  • Editore: CASPAR HOCHFEDER
  • Data: c. 1493-96
  • Formato: in-4° (mm 194 x 136)
  • Cfr. Bibliografico: cfr. Houzeau and Lancaster 1671; Klebs 25.1; Goff A 243; BMC, II 474

Prezzo: € 16.000,00



Descrizione prodotto

Legatura moderna in mezzo marocchino e carta marmorizzata; guardie nuove. 12 carte non numerate; collazione: a-b6 (a1r title, a1v blank, a2r text, b6v blank); testo su 38 linee; tipi: 1:83G, 2:168aG. carattere gotico. Al titolo, antica nota di possesso, sbiadita e illeggibile. PRIMA RARISSIMA EDIZIONE, e unica ad essere stampata nel XV secolo, un'opera che divenne di riferimento per i secoli a venire.  Cfr,. Dominican University Siena Center: "Albertus Magnus (Albert the Great; c 1200 - 1280) was one of the most universal thinkers to appear during the Middle Ages. He wrote on botany, astronomy, chemistry, physics, biology, and geography, and made original contributions to logic, psychology, metaphysics, meteorology, mineralogy and zoology. He made maps and charts, experimented with plants, studied chemical reactions, designed instruments for navigation, and made detailed studies of birds and animals. Albert's prolific writings included commentaries on the works of Aristotle and other classical thinkers, as well as the Arab philosophers whose texts were being reintroduced into European universities during the 13th century. In addition to scientific and philosophical writings, Albert wrote numerous biblical commentaries and other theological works. His understanding of diverse philosophical texts allowed him to construct in his Summa Theologica, one of the most remarkable syntheses in medieval culture. His premise, that faith and reason are not incompatible sources of knowledge, provided inspiration for the major work of his most famous pupil, Dominican colleague and friend, Thomas Aquinas". Esemplare in ottime condizioni.

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