Les Académies dans l'Europe humaniste: idéaux et pratiques ; [actes du colloque international de Paris (10-13 juin 2003)]

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Librairie Droz, 2008 - 702 pages
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The first Italian and French academies helped frame the transformation of Renaissance Europe. Les Academies dans l'Europe humaniste is the first work of its kind on the subject, taking a fresh look at the academic movement in Europe until 1600. Documentary research presents the members of the diverse groups and the works in which they expressed their ideals. The study also observes the relationships and activities of each institution, and thus their contributions to the various domains of knowledge such as classical philology, poetry, rhetoric, lexicology, linguistics, archeology, the arts, and pedagogy; the major role played by music in many of the academies is also noted. The study of material and ideological links between these societies and leading figures such as popes, kings and patrons helps to measure the "liberty" of these academies, especially in regards to their encyclopedic and European vocations."
 

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Remerciements
7
Carlos LÉVY
13
Concetta BIANCA
25
Paola FARENGA
57
Rachel BlNDMAN
75
Ginette VAGENHEIM
99
Eliana CARRARA
129
Alfredo PERIFANO
163
Tobia R TOSCANO
197
Mare DERAMAIX
211
Riccardo NALDI
249
Luciano MIGLIACCIO
273
Anne ROLET
295
Giancarlo ABBAMONTE
339
Stéphane ROLET
369
Donatella Livia SPARTI
391

Franjois QuiVIGER
187

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