A New Source for Boccaccio’s Concept of Fortune: the Pseudo-Aristotelian Liber de bona fortuna
Fictionalizing heterodoxy Various uses of knowledge in the Spanish world from the Archpriest of Hita to Mateo Alemán
In search of a spiritus: Francesco Patrizi on tides
On Catastrophic Materialism
The political uses of astrology: predicting the illness and death of princes, kings and popes in the Italian Renaissance.
- Philosophy, Medicine
- Studies in history and philosophy of biological and biomedical sciences
God’s Deaf and Dumb Instruments: Albert the Great’s Speculum astronomiae and Four Centuries of Readers