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- Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
- burned at the stake, Nicolas Chrypffs was born at Cusa on the Moselle River.
- Nicolas was to be known as “the last great philosopher of the dying Middle
- Groote. Eventually Nicolas became Archdeacon of Liege at about the time that
- beginning its last ten years of existence when Nicolas attended its sessions
- Shortly after his attendance at the Council of Basel, Nicolas was sent to
- that in 1440 Nicolas was sent to Germany as papal legate at a very critical
- When Nicolas arrived in Germany, Frederick, Duke of Styria was chosen king to
- one perhaps can see the fruit of the work of Nicolas of Cusa as papal legate
- IV and Pope Nicolas V signed the Concordat of Vienna, by which the German
- church was firmly rebound to Rome, Nicolas of Cusa was raised to the rank of
- The sixteen years (1448–1464) of the Cardinalate of Nicolas of Cusa
- Nicolas of Cusa died, renowned as a distinguished prince of the Church, and
- Today Nicolas of Cusa is remembered for his cosmological conceptions, his
- Nicolas' death, “The Cardinal of Cusa and several other theologians have
- great is one way to honor God.” Nicolas of Cusa's work was appreciated by
- a thinker to grasp the implications of the new age was present in Nicolas of
- whom Nicolas of Cusa had supported in signing the Concordat of Vienna, came
- The teachings of the Neo-Platonists and of Nicolas of Cusa formed the basis
- Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
- The road which is indicated by the way of thinking of Nicolas of Cusa was
- Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
- Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
- Nicolas Chrypffs of Cusa (near Treves, 1401–1464) He stands upon the
- it around in the atmosphere?” Nicolas of Cusa, who not only encompassed
- soul. If one compares Nicolas with such spirits as Eckhart or Tauler, one
- reaches an important conclusion. Nicolas is the scientific thinker who wants
- seek the higher life through the contents of their faith. Nicolas finally
- untouched by knowledge. For a learned theologian like Nicolas of Cusa, who
- background if one wants to depict the personality of Nicolas of Cusa.
- Nicolas of Cusa enters upon the task of ascending by oneself to inner
- developed and for which Nicolas had been educated, furnishes an excellent
- understand Nicolas completely when one considers that his vocation as
- The most important concept of the spiritual life of Nicolas is that of
- not-knowing” Nicolas of Cusa thus speaks of nothing but the knowledge
- contents had a strong effect on Nicolas, as they already had on Johannes
- external revelation, come to the aid of knowledge. — Nicolas of Cusa thus
- From the point of view of Nicolas of Cusa therefore, one cannot say that
- Nicolas of Cusa. First of all, man lives as a separate (individual) being
- It is just on the point under consideration here that Nicolas of Cusa has
- contrast. — Nicolas was “prevented by his priestly cloth” from
- have upheld those which he himself had found. — But Nicolas, personally was
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- Title: Contents: Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age
- Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
- the scientific genius of Nicolas Copernicus (1473–1543) is erecting
- that filled space. Nicolas of Cusa had already formed different ideas.
- Title: Preface: Preface to the 1923 Edition
- itself. This is the case with Nicolas of Cusa.
- too is capable of a mystical intensification. For a Nicolas of Cusa would be
- Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
- encountered in the thinking of Nicolas of Cusa. In his way Weigel has
- As Nicolas of Cusa, in pursuing his road from knowing to seeing, does not really
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