Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519) - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Aesthetics, History Of; Copernicus, Nicolas; Descartes, René; Duhem, Pierre Maurice Marie; Ficino, Marsilio; Galileo Galilei; Mathematics, Foundations Of; Newton, Isaac; Nicholas of Cusa; Ockhamism; Plato; Platonism and the Platonic Tradition.

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Leonardo's manuscripts have been published with photographic reproductions by Charles Ravaisson-Mollien, 6 vols. (Paris, 1881–1891). They have also been published in Codex Atlanticus, edited by G. Piumati (Milan, 1894–1904) and I manoscritti e i disegni di Leonardo da Vinci, published by the Reale Commissione Vinciana (Rome, 1923–1930). The best collection of selections is J. P. Richter, The Literary Work of Leonardo da Vinci, 2 vols. (London, 1883; 2nd ed., 1939). Leonardo da Vinci on Painting: A Lost Book, edited and translated from the Codex Vaticanus Urbinas, No. 1270, and from the Codex Leicester by Carlo Pedretti (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1964), includes a preface by Kenneth Clark and some material never published before.

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