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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • such men as Giordano Bruno, philosopher, poet, and martyr, Johannes Kepler,
    • Rome, Giordano Bruno was born beneath the shadow of Mount Vesuvius in the
    • In 1572, when Bruno was twenty-four, he took holy orders, read his first
    • Inquisition reprimanded Bruno sharply. Plans were made to bring him before a
    • court of the Inquisition, but Bruno secretly left Naples and went to Rome,
    • Letters from friends informed Bruno that soon after his departure from
    • by Chrisostom and Hieronymous, with notes by Erasmus. Bruno's situation was
    • Now began Bruno's years of wandering, during which he sought to make known
    • once again Bruno wandered to Turin, where he hoped to obtain an opportunity
    • Jesuits, and once again Bruno was denied the post he sought.
    • Bruno reached Venice after traveling across northern Italy from Turin, but
    • activities of Italy, and Bruno braved the plague in order to have some of
    • When Bruno arrived in Geneva, the Marchese Galeazzo Carraciola, nephew of
    • scholar, and Bruno did so, never again wearing a religious habit. During his
    • stay in Geneva, Bruno found himself in trouble with Antoine de la Faye, a
    • lectures, and attacked some twenty points in it. Bruno was arrested and
    • Shortly after this Bruno entered France, visiting Lyons and afterwards
    • Henry III, king of France, had heard of Bruno's great gifts as a lecturer,
    • appoint Bruno to the faculty of the Sorbonne, but before doing so, it was
    • necessary for Bruno to confess and attend Mass as a professing Catholic.
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  • Title: Contents: Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age
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    • Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
    • Bruno (1548–1600). The senses have conquered the spatial universe
    • Giordano Bruno, under the impact of the new Copernican conception of nature,
    • form, only as a world soul. When one immerses oneself in Bruno's writings
    • it that it animates itself.” — Because Giordano Bruno had not really
    • And in his many wanderings about Europe, Giordano Bruno appeared at various
    • earth, even though Bruno still thought of the sensory as of something

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