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Quaestiones de quolibet (Studies and Texts)

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Many years ago, I made this drawing to illustrate a picture of Philosophy often presented at school. Inspired by such Platonic predecessors as Proclus and Ficino, Patrizi elaborated his own philosophical system in Nova de universalis philosophia (The New Universal Philosophy, 1591), which is divided in four parts: Panaugia, Panarchia, Pampsychia, and Pancosmia. Philo influenced the teachings of Church Fathers such as Clement of Alexandria, Origen, and Gregory of Nysea, but his works remained unknown to Jewish philosophers of the Middle Ages.

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Publisher: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (January 1, 2002)

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