Mediterranea. International Journal on the Transfer of Knowledge
Mediterranea is an international journal focusing on various areas of knowledge transfer from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern period, covering the Middle East and the Mediterranean basin, and paying special attention to philological, philosophical, scientific, cultural and religious fields of research.
If there is one thing that characterizes the powerful process of knowledge exchange between the Near East and the Latin West it is the passion for knowledge and the discovery of its secrets that inspired scholars of the period. This led to long journeys and rich encounters, and the mutual exchange between cultures that have repercussions up to the present day.
Mediterranea is a project focused on combining efforts, by linking highly qualified research institutions with expertise in the field of transfer of knowledge within the different areas of study that will be addressed in the journal.
Table of Contents
Nicola CARPENTIERI 1-18
Dalla Politica di Aristotele all''averroismo politico'. Una vicenda paradossale // From Aristotle's Politics to 'Political Averroism'. A Curious StoryGregorio PIAIA 19-34
Mariano GÓMEZ ARANDA 35-54
Jonathan RUBIN 55-90
Josep PUIG MONTADA 91-109
Et vocatum est nomen eius IESVS. L’onomastique divine dans la pensée cabbalistique chrétienne de Niccolò Camerario // The Names of God in the Christian Kabbalah of Niccolò CamerarioFlavia BUZZETTA 111-127
Jules JANSSENS 129-144
Ptolemaic Orbs in Twelfth-Century England: A Study and Edition of the Anonymous Liber de motibus planetarumC. Philipp E. NOTHAFT 145-210
John MARENBON 211-212
Massimiliano TRAVERSINO DI CRISTO 213-217
John Jeffries MARTIN 219-228
Cecilia MARTINI BONADEO 229-249
Zachary A. Matus, Franciscans and the Elixir of Life: Religion and Science in the Later Middle Ages, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017, 203 pp., ISBN 9780812249217 (Pbk) – 9780812294064 (Ebk)Athanasios RINOTAS 257-260
Claire Clivaz, Paul Dilley and David Hamidović, Ancient Worlds in Digital Culture, (Digital Biblical Studies, 1), Brill: Leiden–Boston, 2016, X + 259 pp., ISBN 9789004322479 (Pbk) – 9789004325234 (Ebk)María Luisa RODRIGUEZ 267-273
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