2 edition of fabulous cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris. found in the catalog.
fabulous cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris.
Offprint from Modern philology, vol. XLVI, no. 2, Nov. 1948.
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Year Published: Language: English Country of Origin: England Source: Shelley, M. W. ().Frankenstein, or the Modern , England: Lackington. Paris: Vivantium Gualtherot, Item # Cosmographia is About the World, Which Consists of Four Elements: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire APIANUS, Petrus. Cosmographia Petri Apiani, per gemmam Frisium apud Lovanienses Medicum & Mathematicum insigne, iam demum ab omnibus vindicata mendis, ac nonnullis quoque locis aucta, figurisque novis illustrata: Additis eiusdem argumenti libellis ipsius.
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Bernard Silvestre (Bernardus Silvestris) also known as Bernard de Tours (Bernardus Turonensis) (fl. mid-twelfth century)philosophy. The only certain date of Bernard’s life is that of his Cosmographia, sometimes improperly called De mundi universitate, written between and He lived and taught in Tours, where he owned a house near the church of Saint Martin—evidence of which has.
Like many of the relatively few who will recognize the name, I first encountered Bernardus Silvestris in the final pages of C.S. Lewis' science fiction novel "Out of the Silent Planet." He is mentioned there as a twelfth-century Platonist who, in addition to writing difficult Latin, used the Malacandrian (Martian) word "Oyarsa" for a class 5/5(3).
• T. Silverstein, “The Fabulous Cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris,” Modern Philology 46 (), • A. Speer, “The Discovery of Nature: the Contribution of the Chartrians to Twelfth-Century Attempts to Found a Scientia Naturalis,” Traditio 52 (), THE FABULOUS COSMOGONY OF BERNARDUS SILVESTRIS 93 mains without serious challenge to the present day, and the first-reasserting the essential Christian character of the De mundi-has only recently been called into question.6 The question is raised by E.
Curtius, who now finds in the De mundi strong traces of an oriental Geschlechts. Poetic Works (Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library) Hardcover – Ap by Bernardus Silvestris (Author), Winthrop Wetherbee (Translator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from 5/5(2). Bernard Silvestris is the author of Cosmographia ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Bernardi Silvestris de Mundi Universitate ( /5(3).
BERNARD SILVESTER Lat. Bernardus Silvestris (Bernard of Tours), poet, philosopher, and teacher; born c. ; died c. The earliest in a long series of medieval and Renaissance mythic poets who sought to use the language of metaphor and symbol to express theological and philosophical truths.
Bernard simultaneously promoted the dignity of humanity, the dignity of nature and science, and. Bernardus Silvestris, also known as Bernard Silvestris and Bernard Silvester, was a medieval Platonist philosopher and poet of the 12th century. Bernardus' greatest work is the Cosmographia, a prosimetrum on the creation of the world, told from a 12th-century Platonist perspective/5.
Author of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, English lyrics beforeSalerno and the development of theory, Visiones et revelaciones Sancti Pauli, Medieval Latin scientific writings in the Barberini collection, Chaucer's modest and homely poem: The Parlement, The fabulous cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris, English Lyrics Before (York Medieval Texts.
Second Series).  Bernardus Silvestris: Cosmographia, Book 1, chap translated by bee (B) pp; text (S.6) pp This seems to compare, in some respects, to the modern theory, that the universe begins with a big bang, expands as far as possible, and then contracts to a super-dense singularity, ready for the next big bang.
Bibliography. Desmond, Marilynn, "Bernardus Silvestris and the Corpus of the Aeneid," in The Classics in the Middle Ages, ed. Aldo S. Bernardo and Saul Levin (Binghamton: Centre for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, ).; Dronke, Peter, Fabula: Explorations into the Uses of Myth in Medieval Platonism (Leiden: Brill, ).
Dronke, Peter, "Bernard Silvestris: Nature and Personification. Bernardus Silvestris exemplifies the scholastic culture of his time. Having studied with pioneers in philosophy and science, he became a renowned teacher of literary and poetic composition.
His versatility as scholar, philosopher, and scientist is apparent in his masterpiece, the Cosmographia. In alternating verse and prose, this foundational text for later Latin and vernacular literature.
Silverstein, Bernardus Silfawfawfavestris | Humanism | Nous asdawf. He compiled a catalog of the medieval scientific writings in the Vatican library, edited a Hermetic text, and produced an essay on "The Fabulous Cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris," which "taught generations of scholars how to read allegorical medieval poems," according to Cherchi.
Bernardus Silvestris exemplifies the scholastic culture of his time. Having studied with pioneers in philosophy and science, he became a renowned teacher of literary and poetic composition. His versatility as scholar, philosopher, and scientist is apparent in his masterpiece, the Pages: Theodore Silverstein, ‘The Fabulous Cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris’, Modern Philology, 46/2 (November, ), pp.
92– (94). CrossRef Google Scholar Author: Liana Saif. Having studied with pioneers in philosophy and science, Bernardus Silvestris became a renowned teacher of literary and poetic composition. His versatility as scholar, philosopher, and scientist is apparent in this collection, particularly his masterpiece the Cosmographia, which has been compared to the poetry of Lucretius and Giordano Bruno.
The final line of Mathematicus could be translated alternately as “The book is finished to my satisfaction.” Stone () p. Silverstein, Theodore. “The Fabulous Cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris.” Modern Philology. 46 (2): 92 One thought on “killing Patricida frees. SILVERSTEIN, Theodore: The Fabulous Cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris; IN: Modern Philology, vol (Chicago ) pp He studies the Cosmographia, its sources and its treatment of controversial points of theology, and he concentrates particularly on the figure of Noys.
What is Hermeticism. Thursday, Decem Hermes watches Hypnos and Thanatos carry a dead soul. Expensive but indispensable scholarly edition of The Book of Thoth. Translation, essays. Posted by Mr. Hand at PM No comments: "The Fabulous Cosmogony of Bernardus Silvestris," Modern Philolpp. Bernardus is a singer and songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee.
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I would encourage interested parties to read the piece in full when it comes out at some point later in the year. This paper will examine a corpus of around previously unstudied medieval glosses on the twelfth-century Cosmographia by Bernardus Silvestris. One interesting aspect of these glosses is that they force us to look again at the traditional division in the historiography between the Platonizing, mythographic philosophy of the Early Middle Ages.
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