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Fri Mar 21 17:13:56 2014 UTClccn-n790593830.25The city of the sun a poetical dialogue /0.680.94Tommaso Campanella /7387920Tommaso_Campanellan 79059383292425Campanella.Campanella, ..., 1568-1639Campanella, F.-Th. 1568-1639Campanella, F. Thomas 1568-1639Campanella, Fr. Tomaso 1568-1639Campanella, Franciscus, 1568-1639Campanella, Giovanni D. 1568-1639Campanella, Giovanni Domenico.Campanella, Giovanni Domenico, 1568-1639Campanella, JoãoCampanella, T. 1568-1639Campanella, T. (Tommaso), 1568-1639Campanella, Thomas.Campanella, Thomas, 1568-1639Campanella, Thomas Calaber.Campanella, TomásCampanella, Tomás, 1568-1639Campanella, Tomaso 1568-1639Campanella, Tomasso, 1568-1639Campanella, Tomasz.Campanella, Tomasz, 1568-1639Campanella, TommasoCampanella, Tommazo 1568-1639Campanelle Thomas 1568-1639Domenico, Giovanni, 1568-1639Kampanella.Kampanella, 1568-1639Kampanella, Tomas, 1568-1639Kampanella, Tommazo, 1568-1639Squilla Settimontano 1568-1639Кампанелла, Томазо, 1568-1639קמפנלה, תומסוカムパネルラカンパネッラlccn-n50021580Amerio, Romanoothtrledtlccn-n79059384Firpo, Luigicomedtlccn-n79003254Galilei, Galileo1564-1642lccn-n93078213Ernst, Germanatrledtlccn-n79039943Copernicus, Nicolaus1473-1543lccn-n79090025Bruno, Giordano1548-1600lccn-n83121066Bonansea, Bernardino M.lccn-n79056176More, ThomasSaint1478-1535lccn-n79100235Bacon, Francis1561-1626lccn-n80104498Donno, Daniel John1920-auiCampanella, Tommaso1568-1639Records and correspondenceHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyFictionUtopiasCampanella, Tommaso,Religion and scienceGalilei, Galileo,Copernicus, Nicolaus,SpainEuropePhilosophy of naturePolitical scienceHistory, ModernItalyPetrarca, Francesco,HistoriographyMagicPhilosophy, MedievalFaith and reason--History of doctrinesCounter-ReformationCivilizationThomas,--Aquinas, Saint,Descartes, René,Michelangelo Buonarroti,Italian literatureInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Telesio, Bernardino,AristotlePhilip--III,--King of Spain,GodPredestinationItalian poetrySenses and sensationGifts, SpiritualKnowledge, Theory ofPhilosophersBruno, Giordano,Civitas Solis (Campanella, Tommaso)Civilization--Italian influencesNew Atlantis (Bacon, Francis)Mundus alter et idem (Hall, Joseph)Utopia (More, Thomas, Saint)FrancePoetry, MedievalPapini, Giovanni,International relationsGreat BritainTheology, DoctrinalPhilosophyScholasticismGrace (Theology)Intellectual lifeCopernicus, Nicolaus15681639159116071617161816191620162216231626162816291630163116321633163516361637163816391640164116421643164416451652165316541656165916601670167116851686168816931696169717001705170917221753177218081811182618341836183818391840184318441845184618471848185018531854185618601863186418681876187818791881188218841885188618871889189018921893189518961897189818991900190119041905190719081909191019111912191319151917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193419351936193719381939194019411942194419451947194819491950195119531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132184513873414335.02HX811ocn257825108ocn310117768ocn246413406ocn312451216ocn463774100ocn725029521198612ocn049294593file17530.25Campanella, TommasoThe city of the sun a poetical dialogueFictionThe City of the Sun (Italian: La citta del Sole; Latin: Civitas Solis) is a philosophical work by the Italian Dominican philosopher Tommaso Campanella. It is an important early utopian work. The work was written in Italian in 1602, shortly after Campanella's imprisonment for heresy and sedition. A Latin version was written in 1613?1614 and published in Frankfurt in 1623. The City of the Sun is presented as a dialogue between "a Grandmaster of the Knights Hospitaller and a Genoese Sea-Captain"+-+0605690226324569159ocn000958634book18360.86Campanella, TommasoLa città del sole, e Scelta d'alcune poesie filosofiche; a cura di Adriano SeroniCriticism, interpretation, etc"La città del sole", pubblicata in appendice alla "Politica" di Campanella, è una breve ma straordinaria opera, un dialogo poetico in cui si delinea il modello ideale di repubblica immaginata dal filosofo, modello che secondo alcuni studiosi è superiore a quello proposto nell'antichità da Platone e nel Rinascimento da Tommaso Moro. Gli abitanti della Città del Sole vivono secondo la pura legge di natura e l'armonia che c'è tra le varie parti della città deve essere la stessa che c'è tra le varie parti del corpo. In appendice viene pubblicata per la prima volta la "Questione quarta sull'ottima repubblica" in cui il filosofo contesta le obiezioni rivoltegli contro la comunione dei beni e delle donne nella sua città ideale5247ocn006626108book19810.66Campanella, TommasoLa città del sole : dialogo poetico = The City of the Sun : a poetical dialogue44117ocn001175930book19370.70Campanella, TommasoThe defense of Galileo4285ocn028183783book19940.66Campanella, TommasoA defense of Galileo, the mathematician from Florence : which is an inquiry as to whether the philosophical view advocated by Galileo is in agreement with, or is opposed to, the Sacred ScripturesDespite extensive study of the Galileo affair in recent years, there are still some important documents relating to the case which have received little attention in the English-speaking world. In his translation of Thomas Campanella's Apologia pro Galileo Richard J. Blackwell presents for the first time in English a reliable and highly readable translation of this important and neglected work. Campanella, the maverick Dominican sought to head off the confrontation between Galileo and the theologians by defending Galileo's right to develop, debate, and publish his ideas freely. By making available at last a well-documented English version of this treatise - one in which the theological dimensions of the dispute receive their clearest presentation yet - Blackwell makes a worthy contribution to a heightened awareness of the doctrinal issues role in the Galileo affair32422ocn002612679book18850.79Morley, HenryIdeal commonwealths; Plutarch's Lycurgus, More's Utopia, Bacon's New Atlantis, Campanella's City of the sun and a fragment of Hall's Mundus alter et idem28911ocn000338010book19560.81Bruno, GiordanoOpere di Giordano Bruno e di Tommaso Campanella27617ocn012012291file16590.84Campanella, TommasoThomas Campanella, an Italian friar and second Machiavel, his advice to the King of Spain for attaining the universal monarchy of the world particularly concerning England, Scotland and Ireland, how to raise division between king and Parliament, to alter the government from a kingdome to a commonwealth, thereby embroiling England in civil war to divert the English from disturbing the Spaniard in bringing the Indian treasure into Spain : also for reducing Holland by procuring war betwixt England, Holland, and other sea-faring countries ...History24032ocn008017161book18340.86Campanella, TommasoPoesie22318ocn003046966book19670.76Campanella, TommasoLa Cité du soleil15023ocn001454571book19540.88Campanella, TommasoTutte le opere di Tommaso Campanella1408ocn065327305file16860.88Campanella, TommasoThom. Campanella De monarchia Hispanica1366ocn065317059file18500.88Campanella, TommasoLa città del sole idea di una repubblica filosofica1293ocn614990421book20110.86Campanella, TommasoSelected philosophical poems of Tommaso CampanellaA contemporary of Giordano Bruno and Galileo, Tommaso Campanella (1568-1639) was a controversial philosopher, theologian, astrologer, and poet who was persecuted during the Inquisition and spent much of his adult life imprisoned because of his heterodox views. He is best known today for two works: The City of the Sun, a dialogue inspired by Plato's Republic, in which he prophesies a vision of a unified, peaceful world governed by a theocratic monarchy; and his well-meaning Defense of Galileo, which may have done Galileo more harm than good because of Campanella's previous conviction for her+-+905745177512811ocn005518441book19700.81Campanella, TommasoOpere letterarie di Tommaso Campanella12311ocn003511109book19490.90Bruno, GiordanoScritti scelti di Giordano Bruno e di Tommaso Campanella12219ocn003837180book19250.90Campanella, TommasoDel senso delle cose e della magia; testo inedito italiano con le varianti dei codici e delle due edizioni latine11014ocn007049363book19490.93Campanella, TommasoDio e la predestinazione; Theologicorum lib. I10816ocn001542424book19570.92Campanella, TommasoMagia e grazia10710ocn708342490book19970.90Campanella, TommasoMonarchie d'Espagne : texte inédit5422ocn000046064book19690.63Bonansea, Bernardino MTommaso Campanella; Renaissance pioneer of modern thought5126ocn036051148book19970.70Headley, John MTommaso Campanella and the transformation of the worldTommaso Campanella (1568-1639) is one of the most fascinating, if hitherto inaccessible, intellectuals of the Italian Renaissance. His work ranges across many of the intellectual, ecclesiastical, and political concerns of that tumultuous era. John Headley uses Campanella's life and works to open a window into this complex period. He not only explicates the frequently contradictory texts of a prolific author but also situates Campanella's writings amidst the larger currents of European thought+-+84217564153625ocn656394937file20100.76Ernst, GermanaTommaso Campanella the book and the body of natureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"A friend of Galileo and author of the renowned utopia The City of the Sun, Tommaso Campanella (Stilo, Calabria,1568- Paris, 1639) is one of the most significant and original thinkers of the early modern period. His philosophical project centred upon the idea of reconciling Renaissance philosophy with a radical reform of science and society. He produced a complex and articulate synthesis of all fields of knowledge - including magic and astrology. During his early formative years as a Dominican friar, he manifested a restless impatience towards Aristotelian philosophy and its followers. As a reaction, he enthusiastically embraced Bernardino Telesio's view that knowledge could only be acquired through the observation of things themselves, investigated through the senses and based on a correct understanding of the link between words and objects. Campanella's new natural philosophy rested on the principle that the books written by men needed to be compared with God's infinite book of nature, allowing them to correct the mistakes scattered throughout the human 'copies' which were always imperfect, partial and liable to revisions. It is in the light of these principles that he defended Galileo's right to read the book of nature while denouncing the mistake of those - be they Aristotelian philosophers or theologians - who wanted to stop him from carrying on his natural investigations. However, Campanella maintained that the book of nature, far from being written in mathematical characters, was a living organism in which each natural being was endowed with life and a degree of sensibility that was appropriate for its preservation and propagation. Nature as a whole was an organism in which each single part was directed towards the common good. This is the reason why Campanella thought that nature had to be regarded as an ideal model for any political organisation. Political structures were often ruled by injustice and violence precisely because they had departed from that natural model. This book charts Campanella's intellectual life by showing the origin, development and persistence of some of the fundamental tenets of his thought."--Publisher's website+-+607686395429214ocn003009466book19200.79Blanchet, LéonCampanella1535ocn001823734book19740.86Asor Rosa, AlbertoLa cultura della Controriforma1436ocn065276158com18440.88Campanella, TommasoOeuvres choisies de Campanella précédées d'une notice1213ocn006417807book19210.84Gilson, EtienneÉtudes de philosophie médiévale1112ocn034424848book18780.81Michelangelo BuonarrotiThe sonnets of Michael Angelo Buonarroti and Tommaso Campanella1076ocn013105795book19090.73Kvačala, JanThomas Campanella, ein reformer der ausgehenden renaissance1062ocn002132012book19270.93Campanella, TommasoLettere, a cura di Vincenzo SpampanatoRecords and correspondence943ocn001040056book19740.86Bock, GiselaThomas Campanella : polit. Interesse u. philosoph. Spekulation902ocn016628361book19610.94Corsano, AntonioTommaso Campanella872ocn000639767book19650.84Badaloni, NicolaTommaso Campanella857ocn006408541book19540.92Grillo, FrancescoTommaso Campanella in America; a critical bibliography and a profileBibliography832ocn039809259book19980.90Campanella, TommasoLe poesieCriticism, interpretation, etc762ocn001042763book19690.92Tuscano, PasqualePoetica e poesia di Tommaso Campanella754ocn004440204book19540.81Bonansea, Bernardino MThe theory of knowledge of Tommaso Campanella exposition and critique692ocn000775483book19690.81Ducros, FrancTommaso Campanella, poète693ocn003837255book19470.93Di Napoli, GiovanniTommaso Campanella, filosofo della restaurazione cattolicaBiography653ocn006267758book19790.94Cro, StelioTommaso Campanella e i prodromi della civiltà moderna+-+0605690226324+-+0605690226324Fri Mar 21 16:02:43 EDT 2014batch73928