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Henri Cornélis Agrippa

Henri Cornélis Agrippa
Sa Vie et Son Oeuvre d'Après Sa Correspondance (1486–1535)

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  • Date Published: June 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108028707

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  • Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa (1486–1535) was a controversial Renaissance theologian and writer who published work on the occult and magic, and his writings influenced later leading literary figures such as Goethe. Agrippa, although born near Cologne, spent his life travelling around Europe, to Italy, Spain, France, England, Switzerland and the Netherlands. He wrote his De occulta philosophia in 1511 (though it was not published until twenty years later) and its three volumes are the best-known works on Renaissance magic, though Agrippa tried to distance himself from the occult side and instead stress more metaphysical aspects. In Henri Cornélis Agrippa, published in 1911, writer Joseph Orsier examines Agrippa's life. The first part of the work discusses Agrippa's travels, writings, thoughts and controversies. The second part is a translation collection of seventy of his letters, dating from 1509 to 1532, to and from a range of correspondents, including Erasmus.

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    • Date Published: June 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108028707
    • length: 148 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 9 mm
    • weight: 0.23kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    1 Partie. La Vie et l'Oeuvre d'Agrippa:
    1. Portrait d'Agrippa au physique et au moral
    2. En 1507 il vient étudier à Paris
    3. Agrippa va en 1510 chez Jean Colet, en Angleterre
    4. Il est nommé en février 1518 syndic et orateur de la ville de Metz
    5. Sur la fin de 1519, il quitte Metz avec sa femme et son fils Théodoric
    6. Agrippa chez les Suisses
    7. Cornélis Agrippa à Lyon, en mai 1524
    8. Le connétable de Bourbon
    9. Ses émoluments de médicin de la cour ne lui sont pas payés
    10. Agrippa continue sa lutte pour obtenir à tout prix ses appointements non payés
    11. Comédie peu délicate d'Agrippa vis-à-vis de Bullioud
    12. Au 25 février 1528, il reçoit le sauf-conduit tant réclamé, document valable pour six mois et pour 10 personnes de sa suite
    13. Sa réputation de médicin dans les Flandres et en Brabant
    14. Grand bruit autour de son dernier ouvrage
    15. Il va s'établir à Malines
    16. L'Ambassadeur Chapuys lui demande le concours de sa plume pour empêcher le divorce de Catherine d'Aragon
    17. Agrippa a l'idée funeste de revinir à Lyon
    2 Partie. Extraits, annotés et traduits pour la première fois du Latin, de la correspondance d'Agrippa avec ses amis et les personnages de son temps
    Index.

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    Joseph Orsier

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