Philosophers of the Renaissance Revised edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0813217260
ISBN-10: 0813217261
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"Perfect miniatures by well-informed historians of philosophy. Those who are looking for a comprehensive picture of the Renaissance will not find a better book."--Die Tagespost

"Easily accessible to readers new to Renaissance philosophy, this book illustrates a period of transition that is made evident through individual biographies."--Theologische Revue

About the Author

PAUL RICHARD BLUM is T. J. Higgins, S.J., Chair in Philosophy at Loyola University Maryland. The author or editor of eighteen books, Blum is internationally recognized as an eminent authority on the Renaissance.
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