From Humanism To Science 1480-1700..

MANDROU, ROBERT..

Bound in original cloth, gilt, in pictorial dust wrapper, which has slight edge wear at head and tail of spine; otherwise a very good copy.

£12.00

Publisher

The Harvester Press.,

Place

Hassocks

Date

1979

Synopsis

Translated by brian pearce.

Item Description

8vo. 5.75 x 9.75 inches. 329 pp.

Illustrations

Illustrated by 7 pages of maps at end. Decorated by publisher's device on title page.

Notes

An overview of the crucial period of 1480-1700 in European intellectual development, including the roles of Erasmus, Copernicus, Descartes, Newton, Leibnitz, Bayle and Locke. It examines Renaissance humanism, the new churches, Jansenism in France and the development of the scientific method and ranges from Poland and Hungary to Spain, from Sweden to Italy. Robert Mandrou (1921-84) was a French historian of the Annales School. Published in France in 1973, the English translation was first published by Penguin in 1978 as Vol. 3 of the Pelican History of European Thought series.

[Stock No. 25293]

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