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Eugenio Garin (May 9, 1909 – December 29, 2004) was an Italian philosopher and Renaissance historian. He was recognised as an authority on the cultural history of the Renaissance.
Chapter 4 of this book introduces Garin as the last Italian philosopher in a tradition that self-consciously harks back to the Risorgimento and from there, via . Science and Civic Life in the Italian Renaissance. Translated by Peter Munz.
Chapter 4 of this book introduces Garin as the last Italian philosopher in a tradition that self-consciously harks back to the Risorgimento and from there, via identification, to the Renaissance period. Doubleday Anchor Books A647.
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Garin, Eugenio, 1909-2004. Science - History - 16th century.
Renaissance science and technology By 1500 the presses of Europe had produced some six million books.
Renaissance science and technology. According to medieval scientists, matter was composed of four elements-earth, air, fire, and water-whose combinations and permutations made up the world of visible objects. If the Renaissance role in the rise of modern science was more that of midwife than of parent, in the realm of technology the proper image is the Renaissance magus, manipulator of the hidden forces of nature. By 1500 the presses of Europe had produced some six million books.
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Bibliografia degli scritti di Eugenio Garin. L'età nuova: ricerche di storia della cultura dal XII al XVI secolo. Dal Rinascimento all'illuminismo: studi e ricerche
Bibliografia degli scritti di Eugenio Garin. Dal Rinascimento all'illuminismo: studi e ricerche. Eugenio Garin, Peter Munz.
Eugenio Garin (May 9, 1909 – December 29, 2004) was an Italian . Scienza e vita civile nel Rinascimento italiano (1965); English translation: Science and civic life in the Italian renaissance (New York, 1969). Born at Rieti, Garin studied philosophy at the University of Florence, graduating in 1929, and after a period as professor of philosophy at the licei scientifici di Palermo and the University of Cagliari, Garin began teaching at his alma mater in 1949 until 1974, then moving to the Scuola. Ritratti di umanisti (Firenze: Sansoni 1967).