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Title: Tommaso Campanella
Other Titles: The Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy
Authors: Ernst, Germana
De Lucca, Jean-Paul
Keywords: Campanella, Tommaso, 1568-1639 -- Criticism and interpretation
Campanella, Tommaso, 1568-1639. Philosophia sensibus demonstrate
Campanella, Tommaso, 1568-1639. Del senso delle cose e della magia naturale
Campanella, Tommaso, 1568-1639. Civitas Solis
Campanella, Tommaso, 1568-1639 -- Political and social views
Telesio, Bernardino, 1509-1588 -- Influence
Philosophy of nature -- History -- 17th century
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Stanford University. Department of Philosophy
Citation: Ernst, G., & De Lucca, J. P. (2021). Tommaso Campanella. In E. N. Zalta, U. Nodelman, & C. Allen (Eds.), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (pp. 1-41). Summer 2021 Edition, Stanford University. Department of Philosophy.
Abstract: Tommaso Campanella (Stilo, 1568–Paris, 1639) was one of the most important philosophers of the late Renaissance. Although his best-known work today is the utopian text La città del Sole (The City of the Sun), his thought was extremely complex and engaged with all fields of learning. The fundamental core of his thinking, which will be examined in this article, was concerned with the philosophy of nature (what would nowadays be called science), magic, political theory and natural religion. [Excerpt]
ISSN: 10955054
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