|Product code||SF980-CD audio|
|Category||Scienza e Filosofia|
|Brand||il Narratore audiolibri|
In contrast to the decline of poetry, in the 17th century there was a wealth of prose. Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), who founded modern scientific research earned a place in literature thanks to his uncomplicated style. Philosophical writers such as Tommaso Campanella (1568-1639) were another highlight in an otherwise unrewarding literary century with his “La Città del Sole”. Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) is perhaps the best-known philosopher of the Italian late Renaissance. Bruno pictured nature in all its multiplicity descending from divine unity to matter and darkness. At once, he distinguished God from the world and yet tended toward a completely contrary pantheism. The new ideas of Enlightenment in the 18 th century spread in Italy especially in Milan where the periodical "Caffé", the Verri brothers and Cesare Beccaria (1738-1794) inquired into literary, economic and civil problems with a modern approach. You can listen to pieces among their best works.
Content: G.GALILEI da " Il Saggiatore ": De la generazione del suono; T.CAMPANELLA da " La Città del Sole ": Tutte le cose son communi; G.BRUNO, Un infinito universo; da "Dialoghi”: De la causa, principio e uno;Come parlerà il filosofo; Un sacrilego pedante; C.BECCARIA da "Dei Delitti e delle Pene": Errori nella misura delle pene; Dolcezza delle pene.