Nicolaus Cusanus: A Fifteenth-Century Vision of Man (INSCRIBED to Stanford Professor Lewis Spitz). Watts. Pauline Moffitt.

Nicolaus Cusanus: A Fifteenth-Century Vision of Man (INSCRIBED to Stanford Professor Lewis Spitz)

Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1982. First Edition. INSCRIBED on ffep 'For Lew/In friendship/with admiration/Pauline/June 28, 1985'. Octavo; (x), 248pp. Fine copy in publisher's blue cloth in Very Good dust jacket. Item #19404
ISBN: 9004065814

(Studies in the History of Christian Thought Volume XXX). Contents: List of Illustrations; Preface; I. Cusanus' Vision of Man: Historical and Historiographical Backgrounds; II. Ut nocticoraci solem videre attemptanti: The Metaphysical Foundations of Cusasnus' Visions of Man; III. Mens imago Dei: The Conjectural Art and the Dignity of Man; IV. Sapientia clamat in plateis: Lay Wisdom and Artisan Creativity; V. Visio Dei, oculus mentis: Will, Intellect, and the Search for God; VI. Homo ludens: Metaphors of Culture in the Late Works; VII. Cusanus' Vision of Man: A Renaissance Synthesis.

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