An Appendix Vindicating the Soules Immortality against Pomponatius & others. The Brutists Objections answered (viz, Pomponatius) An appendix vindicating the souls immortality against Pietro Pomponazzi and others. The Brutists objections answered: ‘§1. Of those that have written against the Naturall proofe of the Soules Immortality, Petrus Pomponatius a Learned Venetian is the chiefe whom his Schollar Cardinall Contarenus hath confuted,’
An appendix vindicating the soul’s immortality
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- ReferenceGB 123 DWL/RB/1/417
- Alternative Id.GB 58 Egerton ff 79-110
- Former ReferenceGB 123 Treatises xxii.366
- Dates of Creation1600-1699
- Physical DescriptionFacsimiles, vol. II, ff 1-64
Scope and Content
Thomas notes 'Cf. Tractatus de immortalitate animae (Bologna 1516) by Petrus Pomponatius.'
Other Finding Aids
Argent xxii.336; British Library, Egerton ff 79-110 (being the original)
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- Pietro Pomponazzi (Petrus Pomponatius) (1462-1525) was an outstanding philosopher of the Italian Renaissance. See C B Schmitt, Q Skinner, E Kessler, J Kraye (eds) The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy (Cambridge 1988) and ODCC.'
- For Cardinal Gasparo Contarini (1483-1542), diplomat, Venetian ambassador and theologian, see ODCC.