The Concept of Contraction in Giordano Bruno's Philosophy

Ashgate Pub. (2005)
Methods facilitating noetic ascent -- Contraction as an ontological concept -- Contraction and noesis -- Contraction and memory -- Physiologically induced contraction -- The scholastic tradition of contraction -- Cusanus and the scholastic tradition of contraction.
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