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Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

dokter asal Jerman

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (/əˈɡrɪpə/; bahasa Jerman: [aˈgʀɪpa]; lahir 14 September 1486 – meninggal 18 Februari 1535 pada umur 48 tahun) adalah seorang polimatik, dokter, cendekiawan hukum, prajurit, teolog dan penulis okultis asal Jerman. Agrippa lahir di Nettesheim, dekat Koln pada 14 September 1486 dari keluarga bangsawan menengah.[1]

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
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Lahir14 September 1486
Koln, Elektorat Koln, Kekaisaran Romawi Suci
Meninggal18 Februari 1535(1535-02-18) (umur 48)
Grenoble, Kerajaan Prancis
AlmamaterUniversitas Koln

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  1. ^ Valente, Michaela "Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius". In: Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism (Wouter J. Hanegraaff, ed.), pp. 4–8. Brill, 2006. ISBN 90-04-15231-8.

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  • Lehrich, Christopher I. The Language of Demons and Angels. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2003: ISBN 90-04-13574-X. The only in-depth scholarly study of Agrippa's occult thought.
  • Morley, Henry. "Cornelius Agrippa: The Life of Henry Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim" Vol. I, London: Chapman & Hall, 1856.
  • Nauert, Charles G. Agrippa and the Crisis of Renaissance Thought. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1965: ASIN B000BANHI6. The first serious bio-bibliographical study.
  • van der Poel, Marc. Cornelius Agrippa, the Humanist Theologian and His Declamations. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 1997: ISBN 90-04-10756-8. Detailed examination of Agrippa's minor orations and the De vanitate by a Neo-Latin philologist.
  • Yates, Frances A. Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition. University of Chicago Press, 1964: ISBN 0-226-95007-7. Provides a scholarly summary of Agrippa's occult thoughts in the context of Hermeticism.
  • McDonald, Grantley. ‘Cornelius Agrippa’s School of Love: Teaching Plato’s Symposium in the Renaissance’, in Practices of Gender in Late-Medieval and Early Modern Europe, ed. Peter Sherlock and Megan Cassidy-Welch (Turnhout: Brepols, 2008), pp. 151–75. An examination of one of Agrippa's university orations, on the subject of love, from a Neoplatonic and Cabalistic perspective. [1]

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