The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics,

The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics,


    Kindle Welcome to the Kindle ereader store Galilei and the philosopher Cesare Cremonini, pursued an open and free inquiry into astronomy and philosophy In Venice some of Culture Wars of PDF É Cremonini s students founded the Accademia degli Incogniti Academy of the Unknowns , one of whose most notorious members was the brilliant polemicist Ferrante PallavicinoThe execution of Pallavicino for his writings attacking Pope Urban VIII silenced the outrageous members of the Incogniti, who soon turned to writing libretti for operas The final phase of the Venetian culture wars pitted commercial opera, with its female performers and racy plot lines, against the decorous model of Jesuit theater The libertine inclinations of the Incogniti suffuse many of the operas written in the s, especially Monteverdi s masterpiece, L Incoronazione di PoppeaEdward Muir s exploration of an earlier age of anxiety reveals the distinguished past of today s culture wars, including debates about the place of women in society, the clash between science and faith, and the power of the arts to stir emotions."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 175 pages
  • The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and Opera
  • Edward Muir
  • English
  • 09 February 2018
  • 0674024818

10 thoughts on “The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and Opera

  1. Josie Josie says:

    The first half was a great read how Venice passively resisted the excesses of the Catholic Church frustrating the Inquisition, harboring intellectuals like Cremonini and Galileo, and then bouncing the Jesuits for a time I cared less about the fine philosophical differences between the academics or their libertine followers and the rise of opera.


  2. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    I ve never paid as much attention to the late Renaissance, but I will now Cremonini, Vincenzo Galilei, Galileo Galilei, and the Accademia degli Incogniti make for interesting reading This is one of those books that makes you want to buy every book it references to find out .


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The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and Opera❰PDF❯ ✐ The Culture Wars of the Late Renaissance: Skeptics, Libertines, and Opera Author Edward Muir – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk In the summer of students from the University of Padua attacked the local Jesuit college and successfully appealed to the Venetian Senate to intervene on behalf of the university When the Jesuits wer In the Wars of eBook ´ summer ofstudents from the University of Padua attacked the local Jesuit college and successfully appealed to the Venetian Senate to intervene on behalf of the university When the Jesuits were expelled from the Venetian dominion a few years later, religious censorship was virtually eliminated The result was a remarkable era of cultural innovation that promoted The Culture MOBI :Ú free inquiry in the face of philosophical and theological orthodoxy, advocated libertine morals, critiqued the tyranny of aristocratic fathers over their daughters, and expanded the theatrical potential of grand operaIn Padua a faction of university faculty, including Galileo Galilei and the philosopher Cesare Cremonini, pursued an open and free inquiry into astronomy and philosophy In Venice some of Culture Wars of PDF É Cremonini s students founded the Accademia degli Incogniti Academy of the Unknowns , one of whose most notorious members was the brilliant polemicist Ferrante PallavicinoThe execution of Pallavicino for his writings attacking Pope Urban VIII silenced the outrageous members of the Incogniti, who soon turned to writing libretti for operas The final phase of the Venetian culture wars pitted commercial opera, with its female performers and racy plot lines, against the decorous model of Jesuit theater The libertine inclinations of the Incogniti suffuse many of the operas written in the s, especially Monteverdi s masterpiece, L Incoronazione di PoppeaEdward Muir s exploration of an earlier age of anxiety reveals the distinguished past of today s culture wars, including debates about the place of women in society, the clash between science and faith, and the power of the arts to stir emotions.


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