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Giordano Bruno

Data urodzenia: 1548
Data zgonu: 17. Luty 1600

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Giordano Bruno – włoski filozof renesansowy, humanista, filozof hermetyczny, okultysta, początkowo dominikanin .

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Cytaty Giordano Bruno

„Ignorancja i arogancja to dwie nierozłączne siostrzyce.“

— Giordano Bruno
Źródło: Bliski Wschód. Społeczeństwa, polityka, tradycje, t. 3, Academica, 2006, s. 189.

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„Pray, O pray to God, dear friends, if you are not already asses — that he will cause you to become asses...“

— Giordano Bruno
Context: Pray, O pray to God, dear friends, if you are not already asses — that he will cause you to become asses... There is none who praiseth not the golden age when men were asses: they knew not how to work the land. One knew not how to dominate another, one understood no more than another; caves and caverns were their refuge; they were not so well covered nor so jealous nor were they confections of lust and of greed. Everything was held in common.

„We find that everything that makes up difference and number is pure accident, pure show, pure constitution.“

— Giordano Bruno
Context: We find that everything that makes up difference and number is pure accident, pure show, pure constitution. Every production, of whatever kind, is an alteration, but the substance remains always the same, because it is only one, one divine immortal being.

„Heroic love is the property of those superior natures who are called insane (insano) not because they do not know (no sanno), but because they over-know (soprasanno).“

— Giordano Bruno
Context: Heroic love is the property of those superior natures who are called insane (insano) not because they do not know (no sanno), but because they over-know (soprasanno). As quoted in The Tragic Sense of Life (1913), by Miguel de Unamuno, as translated by J. E. Crawford Flitch; Conclusion : Don Quixote in the Contemporary European Tragi-Comedy The Italian original is from Francesco de Sanctis, Storia della letteratura italiana, 1871<!--first edition-->/1890<!--fourth edition-->, p. 255 http://it.wikisource.org/wiki/Pagina:Storia_della_letteratura_italiana_II.djvu/267: ""L'amore eroico è proprio delle nature superiori, dette insane, non perché non sanno, ma perché soprasanno...""

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