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Colloquium of the Seven About Secrets of the Sublime Paperback – October 28, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-0271034355 ISBN-10: 0271034351

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A book of considerable interest.... Professor Kuntz's translation is lucid and careful. - William J. Bouwsma, Church History --William J. Bouwsma, Church History

A distinguished contribution to sixteenth-century intellectual history. - Journal of Religious History --Journal of Religious History

Dr. Kuntz's accurate translation of Bodin's Colloquium will make this important and practically unknown work available to all scholars and students interested in the philosophy, literature, and religious thought of the Renaissance, and especially in the emergence of free thought and religious tolerance. --Paul Oscar Kristeller, Columbia University --Paul Oscar Kristeller, Columbia University

A distinguished contribution to sixteenth-century intellectual history. - Journal of Religious History --Journal of Religious History

Dr. Kuntz's accurate translation of Bodin's Colloquium will make this important and practically unknown work available to all scholars and students interested in the philosophy, literature, and religious thought of the Renaissance, and especially in the emergence of free thought and religious tolerance. --Paul Oscar Kristeller, Columbia University --Paul Oscar Kristeller, Columbia University

About the Author

Marion Leathers Kuntz is the Regents Professor of Classics Emerita at Georgia State University. She is the author of Guillaume Postel: Prophet of the Restitution of All Things; His Life and Thought (1981) as well as The Anointment of Dionisio (Penn State, 2001)

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