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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • celebrated Goethe scholar,
    • Thirteenth century Paris was a place of great attraction for scholars, and
    • city where logical argumentation, beloved by the medieval scholarly mind,
    • religion, and the atmosphere of scholarship he found there. He summed up his
    • from the forest, the simplest of the simple, rather than the scholar in the
    • scholar and author, so beloved by the common people who flocked to his
    • same time a host of the world's most famous Greek scholars left
    • Pico della Mirandola, famous Renaissance scholar and writer, collector of
    • That Henry Cornelius was considered an able scholar is evidenced by the fact
    • who recognized and appreciated his remarkable qualities as a scholar and
    • About this time he heard of the great Benedictine scholar, Johannes
    • relationships with those scholars with whom he came into contact. He based
    • to defend his works before some of the leading theologians and scholars of
    • to lecture in the University through the celebrated patron of scholars, Duke
    • scholar, and Bruno did so, never again wearing a religious habit. During his
    • Arabic scholar, mystic, educational reformer, and traveler, had written in
    • objective freedom he believed should prevail among scholars. The presence of
    • of the Oxford scholars hopelessly bigoted, in the person of the Queen he
    • The first months after Bruno's arrival were filled with scholarly activity.
    • typical of the “new man” of the Renaissance: scholar, courtier,
  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • number of scholars who carefully kept secret whatever insights they gained
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • dominant philosophy in the scholarly life of the Church of the Middle Ages,
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • me, poor worm that I am, and thus it is not mine, but God's.” A scholarly

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