1 edition of Bernardino Telesio found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
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1557-1643Thomas Harriot 1560-1621and Nicholas Hill. By means of Telesio, Campanella contributed—in his own way—to the development of the early modern debate about the Bernardino Telesio method Firpo 1949, 182-183. As a fiery substance and an internal principle of motion, spiritus is the principle of sensitivity: by the way of heat, it pervades the entire cosmos, so that all beings are capable of sensation.
On that occasion, he submitted to Maggi the manuscript of the first edition of De natura iuxta propria principia. The beginning of his natural philosophy Bernardino Telesio in the experience deriving from sense perception, sensus being a cognitive power closer to natural things than reason itself. Bernardino Telesio Cosenza, 1509 - id. In 1563 Telesio went to Brescia, paying a visit to the Aristotelian Vincenzo Maggi 1498-1564.
De Franco, Florence, La Nuova Italia. In Southern the revolt against had already begun. Born 1509 in Cosenza; died there Oct. The History of Philosophy of Mind, vol.
Unlike Aristotle, Telesio upheld the fiery nature of the heavens.
In order to follow their natural aim, that is, self-preservation conservatio sui , both humans and animals are ruled by the opposed sensations of pleasure and pain, with the key function of the spirit at the core of bodily functions Telesio 1586, VII.
Bacon sees in Telesio an ally in the fight against ancient authority, but he has little positive to say about Telesio's specific theories.