The Visible and the Invisible. From Alchemy to Paracelsus

@inproceedings{Bianchi1994TheVA,
  title={The Visible and the Invisible. From Alchemy to Paracelsus},
  author={M. L. Bianchi},
  year={1994}
}
  • M. L. Bianchi
  • Published 1994
  • Art
  • Though topics and doctrines that may be defined as alchemical stand out visibly in Paracelsus’s work, and he is remembered particularly for this aspect of his thought, his relationship with alchemy cannot be described as a simple repetition of its traditional themes.1 In various places in his works he is anxious to distance himself from the traditional teaching by criticizing its tenets, aspirations and methods. The alchemy he advocates does not have as its objective the making of gold and… CONTINUE READING
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