Author:Giovanni Pico della Mirandola

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Giovanni Pico
Italian Renaissance philosopher
Giovanni Pico


  • Ad Hermolaum de genere dicendi philosophorum (Letter to Hermolao Barbaro On the Mode of Speaking Appropriate to Philosophers), 1485
  • Commento sopra una canzone d’amore di Girolamo Benivieni (Commentary on a Canzone of Love of Girolamo Benivieni), 1486
  • Oratio de hominis dignitate (The Oration), 1486
  • Conclusiones nongentae (The 900 Theses), 1486
  • Apologia (The Apology), 1487
  • Heptaplus de septiformi sex dierum Geneseos enarratione (Heptaplus, On the Sevenfold Exposition of the Six Days of Genesis), 1489
  • Expositiones in Psalmos (Commentary on the Psalms), 1489
  • De ente et uno (On Being and the One), 1492
  • Disputationes adversus astrologiam divinatricem (Disputations against Divinatory Astrology), 1493
  • Epistolae (Letters)
  • Sonetti (Sonnets)
  • Carmina (Latin Poems)
  • Duodecim regulae (The Twelve Rules)
  • Duodecim arma spiritualis pugnae (The Twelve Weapons of Spiritual Battle)
  • Duodecim conditiones amantis (The Twelve Conditions of a Lover)
  • Deprecatoria ad Deum (A Prayer for Deliverance to God)
  • Ioannis Pici Mirandulae Vita per Ioannem Franciscum (Life of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola by Gianfrancesco Pico), 1496

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