Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Nicolaus Taurellus" by Andreas Blank

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  • [Anonymous], 1611, Bedenckingen. Over de Beroepinghe D.D. Conradi Vorstii tot de Professie der H. Theologie in de Universiteyt tot Leyden, [no place]. (Scholar)
  • Arnaldus of Villanova, 1585, Opera Omnia. Cum Nicolai Taurelli Medici & Philosophi in quosdam libros annotationes, Basel. (Scholar)
  • Alexander of Aphrodisias, 1569, De anima liber primus, translated by Girolamo Donato, in Alexander of Aphrodisias, Quaestiones naturales et morales … De anima liber primus … De anima liber secundus, Venice, pp. 71–102. (Scholar)
  • –––, De l’âme, edited and translated by M. Bergeron and R. Dufour, Paris, 2008.
  • Bovillus, Carolus, 1510, “Libellus de Nihilo”, in Carolus Bovillus, Liber de intellectu. Liber de sensu. Liber de nichilo, …, Paris, fol. 63v–74r. (Scholar)
  • Caston, Victor, 1997, “Epiphenomenalisms, Ancient and Modern”, Philosophical Review, 106: 309–363. (Scholar)
  • Cesalpino, Andrea, 1593, Quaestionum peripateticarum lib. V, Venice. (Scholar)
  • Feller, J. F. (ed.), 1718, Otium Hanoveranum sive Miscellanea ex ore & schedis Illustris Viri … Godofredi Guilielmi Leibnitii, Leipzig. (Scholar)
  • Feuerlein, Jacob Wilhelm, 1734, Taurellus defensus, Nuremberg. (Scholar)
  • Ficino. Marsilio, 2001–2006, Platonic Theology, translated by M. J. B. Allen, edited by J. Hankins with W. Bowen, I Tatti Renaissance Library, 6 vols, Cambridge, MA. (Scholar)
  • Gorlaeus, David, 1620, Exercitationes philosophicae, [no place]. (Scholar)
  • Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 1923–, Sämtliche Schriften und Briefe, Berlin. (Scholar)
  • Piccolomini, Francesco, 1596a, De mundo, in Francesco Piccolomini, Libri ad scientiam de natura attinentes, Venice, pars secunda, fol. 1r-41v (Scholar)
  • –––, 1596b, De creatione ex philosophorum sententia, in Francesco Piccolomini, Libri ad scientiam de natura attinentes, Venice, pars secunda, fol. 103v–118r. (Scholar)
  • Schegk, Jacob, 1585, Tractationum physicarum et medicarum tomus unus, Frankfurt. (Scholar)
  • Taurellus, Nicolaus, [PT] 2012 [1573], Philosophiae triumphus, hoc est, Metaphysica philosophandi methodus, edited and translated by Henrik Wels. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt (first edition, Basel 1573). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1581, Medicae praedictionis methodus, Frankfurt. (Scholar)
  • –––, [VML] 1586, De vita et morte libellus, Nuremberg. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1592, Carmina funebria, Nuremberg. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1595, Emblemata physico-ethica, Nuremberg. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1596, Synopsis Aristotelis metaphysices ad normam Christianae religionis explicatae, emendatae et completae, Hanau (reprinted as an appendix to Feuerlein, Taurellus defensus). (Scholar)
  • –––, [AC] 1597, Alpes caesae, Hoc est, Andreae Caesalpini Itali, monstrosa & superba dogmata, discussa & excussa, Frankfurt. (Scholar)
  • –––, [KOS] 1603a, Kosmologia, hoc est physicarum et metaphysicarum discussionum de mundo libri II, Amberg. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1603b, Uranologia, hoc est physicarum et metaphysicarum discussionum de coelo libri II, Amberg. (Scholar)
  • –––, [DRA] 1604a, De rerum aeternitate, Marburg. (Scholar)
  • –––, [TRA] 1604b, Theses de ortu rationalis animae, Nuremberg. (Scholar)
  • Voetius, Gisbert, 1643, Testimonium Academiae Ultrajectinae et narratio historica quae defensae, quae exterminatae novae philosophiae, Utrecht. (Scholar)
  • Vorstius, Conrad, 1610, Tractatus theologicus de Deo, sive de natura & attributa Dei, Steinfurt. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1611, Christiana & modesta responsio ad articulos quosdam, nuper ex Anglia transmissos, Leiden. (Scholar)

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