Oratio de hominis dignitate

@inproceedings{Mirandola2014OratioDH,
  title={Oratio de hominis dignitate},
  author={G. P. D. Mirandola and Eugenio Garin},
  year={2014}
}
Pico della Mirandola fu uno degli ospiti piu illustri della corte di Lorenzo il Magnifico, dove sulla fine del ‘400 visse e lavoro a fianco di Angelo Poliziano e Marsilio Ficino e dove mori forse avvelenato. Di Pico della Mirandola e rimasta letteralmente proverbiale la prodigiosa memoria e la sua cultura enciclopedica, basata sullo studio della lingua ebraica, araba e caldaica, oltre che del latino e del greco. Da questa posizione privilegiata, cerco di promuovere un riavvicinamento tra le… Expand
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