Georg Philipp Harsdörffers Universalität
Beiträge zu einem uomo universale des Barock
[Georg Philipp Harsdörffer’s Universality. Contributions on an uomo universal of the Baroque Era]
Ed. by Keppler-Tasaki, Stefan / Kocher, Ursula
Series:Frühe Neuzeit 158
Aims and Scope
Georg Philipp Harsdörffer‑ lawyer, scholar and mathematician, patrician, diplomat and judge ‑ has in recent decades become one of the most studied Baroque authors. His work had a distinct international orientation and encompassed nearly all areas of 17th century knowledge. It thus became the fulcrum for the European literary relationships and discourse of his age. The book documents this from the humanistic prerequisites to the ‛last things’ of religion.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- x, 332 pages
- 4 Fig.
- Type of Publication:
- Harsdörffer, Georg Philipp; European Cultural Relations; Universality; Baroque
- Academics (German and Literary Studies), Institutes, Libraries