Other articles where Margarita philosophica is discussed: encyclopaedia: The level of writing: the day in his brief Margarita philosophica, which correctly. Title, Margarita Philosophica. Author, Gregor Reisch. Publisher, Schott, Original from, the Bavarian State Library. Digitized, Dec 4, Length, There are a couple of complete versions of 'Margarita Philosophica' online but I don't recommend them. The University of Valencia's copy is in.
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Margarita philosophica redemptio[n]is n[ost]re octauo supra mille quingentos Signatures: The title is stamped in gilt on the spine and all text block edges are stained yellow. An illegible ink inscription, datedis present at the head of the title page.
There are a couple of margarita philosophica versions of 'Margarita Philosophica' online but I don't recommend them. The University of Valencia's copy is in a java format and is merely photocopy quality.
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Like many textbooks of the time, the book is written margarita philosophica a dialogue between student and teacher. Special Collections has two copies of margarita philosophica second edition of the Margarita Philosophica, published in in Strasbourg.
The first, a gift of Dr. It was long a customary textbook of the higher schools. Alexander von Humboldt said of it that it had "for a half-century, aided in margarita philosophica remarkable manner the spread of knowledge".
In Reisch also published the statutes and privileges of the Carthusian Margarita philosophica, and assisted Erasmus of Rotterdam in his edition of Jerome.