Results 1 – 7 of 7 La Ciudad Del Sol / the City of the Sun by Campanella, Tommaso and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Tommaso Campanella: Compendio di filosofia della natura G. Ernst (ed.): Tommaso Campanella: antologia di testi. Tommaso Campanella: Lettere La Ciudad del Sol – La Utopia del Perfecto Comunismo (Spanish, Paperback) / Author: Tommaso Campanella / Translator: Javier Galvez S ;
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A activation email has been sent to you. Apart from enclosing and protecting the city, the walls are also the curtains of an extraordinary theater and the pages of an illustrated encyclopedia of knowledge. The altar, on which are placed a celestial and a terrestrial globe, is in the form of the sun. At the bottom, it is sewed to a small-sized booklet independently enumerated: Knowledge is not enclosed in books kept in separate places such as libraries but is openly on show to everyone’s eyes.
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Romano Amerio – – Cedam. Visualizing in this manner promotes a quicker, easier and more efficient form of learning, in de it is connected to the art of ca,panellawhich underlines the evocative and emotive power of images. The temple is open and not surrounded by walls. Compendio di filosofia della natura G.
The work was written in Italian inshortly after Campanella’s imprisonment for heresy and sedition. A Latin version was written in — and published in Frankfurt in Edit this record Mark as duplicate Export citation Find it on Scholar Request removal from index Translate to english Revision history.
While one could argue that Campanella was simply thinking of the conquest of the New Worldit seems that this prophecy should be interpreted in the light of a work written shortly before The City of the SunThe Monarchy in Spainin which Campanella exposes his vision of a unified, peaceful world governed by a theocratic monarchy. One of the most spectacular and imaginative aspects of The City of the Sun, which immediately struck its readers, are the painted walls of the city.
Retrieved from ” https: Sexual generation, on the other hand, must obey strict rules regarding the physical and moral qualities of the parents and the choice of a propitious time for conception, determined by an astrologer.
Generation should therefore respect precise norms and not be entrusted to chance nor to individual sentiments. Cookies come in two flavours – persistent and transient.
Sign in Create an account. Such a union is not the expression of a personal, emotional or passionate relationship, but rather is connected to the social responsibility of generation and to love for the collective community.
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The citizens distinguish between love and sex. It is made of parchment tied on paperboard. Introductory Study to Campanella, T. Affection between men and women, based on friendship and respect caampanella than sexual attraction, is expressed in acts that are far removed from sexuality, such as exchanges of gifts, conversation and dancing.
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Starting with the wall that holds up the columns of the temple and gradually descending in large circles, following the order of the planets from Mercury to Saturn, we encounter illustrations of the heavens and the stars, of mathematical figures, of every country on earth and of all the marvels and secrets of the mineral, vegetable and animal worlds, until we arrive at mankind: In the City of the Sun no occupation is vile or base, and all are of equal dignity —in fact, those workers who are required to expend greater effort, such as artisans and builders, receive more praise.
No categories specified categorize this paper. The citizens possess nothing; instead, everything is held in commonfrom food to houses, from the acquisition of knowledge to the exercise of activities, from honors to amusements, from women to children.
In the final part of the work, Campanella prophesies—in the veiled language of astrology—that the Spanish kingsin alliance with the Popeare destined to be the instruments of a Divine Plan: For the nickname of Karlstad, see Karlstad.
Ioanid – – Utopian Studies Luis Alfonso Herrera Robles: