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The Aristotelian Carnivore: The Ethical Afterlives of Aristotle's Theory of Animal Irrationality
(Universite des Sciences Humaines de Strasbourg, 2019-09-01)
Real animals in ideal cities : the place and use of animals in renaissance utopian literature
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2017-04)
Animals populate literature dealing with ideal cities and imagined parallel worlds. In this essay Cecilia Muratori explores the place of animals in works sharing utopian traits by the Italian writers Ortensio Lando (c. ...
Science or ?sad trash?? Aristotelian lineages in the historiography of animal magnetism
I will highlight how different lineages are sketched in order to position animal magnetism in terms of philosophical tradition. This, in turn, is often employed as a strategy to interpret animal magnetism, whether sceptically ...
‘In human shape to become the very beast!’–Henry More on animals
© 2017 BSHP. Animals–both tame and wild, as metaphors and as real presences–populate many of More’s works. In this essay, I show that, from the early Psychodia Platonica to the Divine Dialogues, animals are at the core of ...
The body speaks Italian : Giuseppe Liceti and the conflict of philosophy and medicine in the Renaissance
(Informa UK Limited, 2017-05)
Giuseppe Liceti (d. 1599) has been entirely forgotten in the history of philosophy. This article seeks to demonstrate that Liceti?s two vernacular dialogues are crucial sources for understanding the Renaissance debate on ...
Die Utopie der Politik um 1600: Europa und die Welt in der deutschen Rezeption Tommaso Campanellas
Come vermi nel formaggio : La distinzione tra uomo e animali in una metafora Campanelliana
(Fabrizio Serra Editore, 2015)