Giordano Bruno: Neoplatonism and the Wheel of Memory in the De Umbris Idearum

@article{Farinella2002GiordanoBN,
  title={Giordano Bruno: Neoplatonism and the Wheel of Memory in the De Umbris Idearum},
  author={Alessandro G. Farinella},
  journal={Renaissance Quarterly},
  year={2002},
  volume={55},
  pages={596 - 624}
}
Bruno's attempt to integrate the principles of Ficino's Neoplatonic metaphysics to the Thomistic subalternatio scientiarum led him to incorporate new techniques into his art of memory. His use of the wheel of memory in De umbris idearum produced various philosophical perspectives. Nevertheless, the theoretical basis of Bruno's philosophical system was his effort to address mathematics in a qualitative way. Analysis of Bruno's sources leads to an understanding of how he reconstructed and used… 
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