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The Art of Memory 3: Giordano Bruno and the “Symbolic figures”

In the previous post, we drew the guideline of the mnemonic related to magic: substantially, the world is composed of an infinite number of “sensible objects” which represents the shadows of the “real objects” (or archetypes). Recognizing the different shadows … Continue reading

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The Art of Memory 2: Giordano Bruno and the “Shadows”

Let’s continue with some considerations on the “Art of memory”. In the previous post we stated that the archetypes, in their original, essential form, can be “reached” through associative chains and correspondences. For the Renaissance Magus, those archetypes represent the “language” … Continue reading

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