Bruno, il processo , la morte

Author/s Michele Ciliberto
Publishing Year 2012 Issue 2012/1
Language Italian Pages 22 P. 59-80 File size 509 KB
DOI 10.3280/SF2012-001006
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Giordano Bruno’s death on 17 February 1600 was steeped in myth from the very start, and over the centuries it has become a true legend that has persisted up to the present day. This essay intends to show, from a rigorous historical perspective, that Bruno’s decision to die was the consistent and conscious result of a long and hard struggle fought against others as well as with himself. It was a struggle in which emerged as especially significant the particular mutual – and not always fully understood – relationship between Giordano Bruno and Pope Clement VIII, above all during the final stage of the trial.

Keywords: Giordano Bruno, Inquisition, trial, abjuration

Michele Ciliberto, Bruno, il processo , la morte in "RIVISTA DI STORIA DELLA FILOSOFIA" 1/2012, pp 59-80, DOI: 10.3280/SF2012-001006