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this is often the 1st finished reference paintings to hide the full area of “Gnosis and Western Esotericism” from the interval of past due Antiquity to the current. Containing round four hundred articles by means of over a hundred and eighty foreign experts, it offers serious overviews discussing the character and old improvement of all its vital currents and manifestations, from Gnosticism and Hermetism to Astrology, Alchemy and Magic, from the airtight culture of the Renaissance to Rosicrucianism and Christian Theosophy, and from Freemasonry and Illuminism to 19th-century Occultism and the modern New Age flow. additionally it comprises articles in regards to the existence and paintings of all of the significant personalities within the heritage of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, discussing their rules, importance, and old effect.
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17- of Plutarch and Suetonius, of Cicero, Appian, and Petrarch-in other words, among all educated men. It makes its most surprising appearance in Orlando Pescetti's Cesare ( 1594), for this play was dedicated to Alfonso d'Este, whom, in his dedication, Pescetti compares to Caesar and claims as one of his descendants. Yet it is Brutus who is treated, throughout the play, with the greatest sympathy, while of Caesar we are given a divided, though predominantly unsympathetic, picture, based in the main on Lucan, Plutarch, Appian, and Muret.
12- quiet stay, the which required the counsel and authority of an absolute Prince. ' 1 This passage also gives fullest expression to Plutarch's view of Caesar as the Man of Destiny, and of the whole drama of his rise to power, his establishment of absolute rule, and of the defeat of his assassins at Philippi, as the work of Providence. It is voiced again in his Brutus, where, after pointing out how Brutus's cause was destroyed by his failing to receive in time the news of an important victory by sea, Plutarch comments: 'Howbeit the state of Rome (in my opinion) being now brought to that pass, that it could no more abide to be governed by many lords, but required one only absolute Governor, God, to prevent Brutus that it should not come to his government, kept this victory from his knowledge, though indeed it came but a little too late' (p.
In the same way Bedford's comparison would have failed in its purpose unless a large part of the audience were in sympathy with the apotheosis of Caesar. But there must have been others present, readers of Plutarch and Lucan, who, a few years later, could respond sympathetically to Shakespeare's presentation of Brutus without the interference of preconceptions about his bastard hand that stabbed his friend and benefactor. And there must have been many others, those that knew their Cicero and Suetonius, Petrarch and Montaigne, who were divided and uncertain in their attitude.
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