Nicholas of Cusa: A Medieval Thinker for the Modern Age by Kazuhiko Yamaki

By Kazuhiko Yamaki

Nicholas of Cusa (1401 64), health professional of canon legislation, church flesh presser and thinker, used to be the most very important thinkers of fifteenth century Europe. This yr marks the 6th centenary of his start. students from around the globe collected in Tokyo for the nineteenth Cusanus Congress final 12 months; this quantity makes their contributions extra extensively to be had. significant topics tested comprise culture and innovation, faith, the relevance of Nicholas of Cusa's notion for at the present time, the connection among East and West in his notion, and the advance of his notion and scholarship as we input a brand new millennium. Multilingual textual content: English, German, French.

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