Spis treści: Pythagoras and Renaissance Europe


List of Illustrations, s.  x
Acknowledgments, s. xiii
INTRODUCTION, s. I

PART ONE: PYTHAGORAS, MAN FOR THE RENAISSANCE

  • ONE: PROLOGUE: THE DIFFUSION OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT PYTHAGORAS IN THE RENAISSANCE, s. 15
  • TWO: THE EMERGENCE OF "SAINT" PYTHAGORAS IN THE EARLY RENAISSANCE, s. 19
  • THREE: THE APOTHEOSIS OF PYTHAGORAS  IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY, s. 37

PART TWO: THE MANY FACES OF RENAISSANCE PYTHAGOREANISM

  • FOUR: THE PYTHAGOREAN TRADITION IN THE EARLY FIFTEENTH CENTURY, s. 63
  • FIVE: THE STRENGTHENING AND DEEPENING OF PYTHAGOREANISM IN THE LATER FIFTEENTH CENTURY, s. 80
  • SIX: THE MATURATION AND VICISSITUDES OF PYTHAGOREANISM IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY, s. 108

PART THREE: PYTHAGOREANISM IN ARCHITECTURE AND ART

  • SEVEN: RENAISSANCE IMAGES OF PYTHAGORAS, s. 145
  • EIGHT: THE SEARCH FOR HARMONY IN ARCHITECTURE AND ART IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY, s. 162
  • NINE: FINDING HARMONY: FORM AND MEANING IN ARCHITECTURE AND ART OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY, s. 202
  • TEN: CONCLUSIONS: THE PRINCE OF PHILOSOPHERS AND THE BIRTH OF HARMONY AS AN AESTHETIC NOTION, s. 240

Appendix A: Pythagorean Works in Six Renaissance Libraries, s. 245
Appendix B: English Translation ofFilippo Beroaldo's Symbols Pythagorica (1503), s. 248

Notes, s. 267
Select Bibliography, s. 301
Index, s. 315

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