Alchemy and the Mendicant Orders of Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

@article{Campbell2018AlchemyAT,
  title={Alchemy and the Mendicant Orders of Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe},
  author={Andrew Campbell and L. Gianfrancesco and N. Tarrant},
  journal={Ambix},
  year={2018},
  volume={65},
  pages={201 - 209}
}
  • Andrew Campbell, L. Gianfrancesco, N. Tarrant
  • Published 2018
  • Art, Medicine
  • Ambix
  • Over the last thirty years, alchemy’s reputation has been transformed. This has been driven by many scholars, but in particular by the research of William R. Newman and Lawrence M. Principe. In an important series of works, Newman and Principe have shown that although alchemy was once derided as a pseudoscience – bound up with occult mysticism and lacking any genuine conceptual or practical basis for its claims – it can now be regarded as a respectable, if not essential, part of the history of… CONTINUE READING

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