Giordano Bruno Quotes


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In particular Bruno held firm to his belief in the plurality of worlds although he was admoniGiordano Brunod to abandon it. Last years of wandering 1585–1592
In October 1585 after the French embassy in London was attacked by a mob Bruno returned to Paris with Castelnau finding a tense political situation. De compendiosa architectura (1582)
Candelaio (1582)
Ars reminiscendi (1583)
Explicatio triginta sigillorum (1583)
Sigillus sigillorum (1583)
La Cena de le Ceneri (Le Banquet des Cendres) (1584)
De la causa principio et Uno (1584)
De l'infinito universo et Mondi (1584)
Spaccio de la Bestia Trionfante (L'expulsion de la bête triomphante) (London 1584) allégorie où il combat la superstition
Cabala del cavallo Pegaseo- Asino Cillenico(1585)
De gl' heroici furori (1585)
Figuratio Aristotelici Physici auditus (1585)
Dialogi duo de Fabricii Mordentis Salernitani (1586)
Idiota triumphans (1586)
De somni interpretatione (1586)
Animadversiones circa lampadem lullianam (1586)
Lampas triginta statuarum (1586)
Centum et viginti articuli de natura et mundo adversus peripateticos (1586)
Delampade combinatoria Lulliana (1587)
De progressu et lampade venatoria logicorum (1587)
Oratio valedictoria (1588)
Camoeracensis Acrotismus (1588)
De specierum scrutinio (1588)
Articuli centum et sexaginta adversus huius tempestatismathematicos atque Philosophos (1588)
Oratio consolatoria (1589)
De vinculis in genere (1591)
De triplici minimo et mensura (1591)
De monade numero et figura (Francfort 1591)
De innumerabilibus immenso et infigurabili (1591)
De imaginum signorum et idearum compositione (1591)
Summa terminorum metaphisicorum (1595)
Artificium perorandi (1612)
Jordani Bruni Nolani opera latine conscripta Dritter Band (1962) / curantibus F.

Some assessments suggest that Bruno's ideas about the universe played a smaller role in his trial than his pantheist beliefs which differed from the interpretations and scope of God held by the Catholic Church. Giordano Bruno (Italian pronunciation: [dʒorˈdano ˈbruno]; 1548 – February 17 1600) (Latin: Iordanus Brunus Nolanus) born Filippo Bruno was an Italian Dominican friar philosopher mathematician and astronomer. After the Roman Inquisition found him guilty of heresy he was burned at the stake.