Bruniana e Campanelliana XVI 2 2010

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Curione rifiuta nettamente questa teoria. C : Cosa ne pensi di coloro che di questo asilo non conoscono nulla (nihil acceperunt), o, se ne hanno sentito parlare, fino a loro non ne è arrivata che una flebile notizia, e non è stato diffuso con una predicazione e un insegnamento certi (certa praedicatione et institutione insinuatum) ? M : nonostante sia difficile affermarlo, tuttavia mi sembra che si possa dire verosimilmente (non absurde) questo : se qualcuno tra loro ha osservato la legge di natura (naturae lex) e la osserva tuttora, se hanno onorato un unico Dio, se non hanno fatto agli altri quello che non volevano fosse fatto a se stessi o, se lo hanno fatto, se ne sono pentiti, di loro ho la stessa opinione che ho di coloro che vissero nella legge di Dio (in Dei lege vixerunt) non solo prima dell’avvento di Cristo, ma anche prima della legge di Mosé.

3 Thomas Aquinas, Summa theologiae, i, 115, 4, vol. i, pp. 563-564. See also i, 115, 6, 4 Litt lists over forty texts where Thomas argues that human intelligence and will are the exceptions to celestial causation, Les corps célestes, p. 201. 394 john christopoulos Marsilio Ficino knew Thomas’ teachings on this matter well. We can credit the Archbishop of Florence Antonino Pierozzi (1389-1459) with putting Thomas’ work into Ficino’s hands at an early age. According to Ficino’s friend Zanobi Acciaiuoli, in his youth Ficino was wandering a little too far into pagan philosophy.

2 C. V. Kaske has argued that Ficino did trully reject astrology in the 1490’s while under ficino ’ s medical astrology and its thomist context 391 to spend time convincing his reader of its validity as a science because, since at least the twelfth century, the emanation of celestial influence was accepted as part of the mechanics of the natural world, a logical and physical consequence of Aristotelian-Ptolemaic cosmology. The motions of the heavens directly affected and influenced the seasons and the weather but also all terrestrial bodies including human beings.

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