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" In the Middle Ages both sides of human consciousness — that which was turned within as that which was turned without — lay dreaming or half awake beneath a common veil. The veil was woven of faith, illusion, and childish prepossession, through which... "
A Primer of Philosophy - Página 64
de Angelo Solomon Rappoport - 1904 - 118 páginas
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The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy

Jacob Burckhardt, Samuel George Chetwynd Middlemore - 1890 - 559 páginas
...the Italian. To this it is due that he was the first-born among the sons of modern Europe. " '.. t In the Middle Ages both sides of human consciousness...and childish prepossession, through which the world and history were seen clad in strange hues. Man was conscious of himself only as member of a race,...
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The Civilisation of the Period of the Renaissance in Italy

Jacob Burckhardt - 1892 - 575 páginas
...development of the Italian. To this it is due that he was the first-born among the sons of modern Europe. In the Middle Ages both sides of human consciousness — that •which was turned within a§ that which was turned without — lay dreaming or half awake beneath a common veil. The veil was...
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The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy, Volumen 1

Jacob Burckhardt, Ludwig Geiger - 1904 - 559 páginas
...of the Italian. To this it is due that he was the first-born among the sons of modern Europe. i/Tn the Middle Ages both sides of human consciousness...and childish prepossession, through which the world and history were seen clad in strange hues. Man was conscious of himself only as member of a race,...
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The Historians' History of the World: Italy

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...Italy earlier than elsewhere, to the emancipation of the individual.* In the Middle Ages, he says, both sides of human consciousness — that which was...and childish prepossession, through which the world and history were seen clad in strange hues. Man was conscious of himself only as member of a race,...
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Italy

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...Italy earlier than elsewhere, to the emancipation of the individual.0 In the Middle Ages, he says, both sides of human consciousness — that which was...and childish prepossession, through which the world and history were seen clad in strange hues. Man was conscious of himself only as member of a race,...
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A History of Education: During the Middle Ages and the Transition to Modern ...

Frank Pierrepont Graves - 1910 - 328 páginas
...bonds and obtained faith in himself. " In the Middle Ages," declares Burckhardt, " human consciousness lay dreaming or half awake beneath a common veil....and childish prepossession, through which the world and history were seen clad in strange hues. Man was conscious of himself only as member of a race,...
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A History of Education During the Middle Ages and the Transition to Modern Times

Frank Pierrepont Graves - 1910 - 328 páginas
...himself. " In the Middle Ages," declares Burckhardt, " human consciousness lay dream- side'cFmen. ing or half awake beneath a common veil. The veil was...and childish prepossession, through which the world and history were seen clad in strange hues. Man was conscious of himself only as member of a race,...
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The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe

Elizabeth L. Eisenstein - 1993 - 300 páginas
...on "the development of the individual": In the Middle Ages both sides of human consciousness . . . lay dreaming or half awake beneath a common veil....and childish prepossession, through which the world and history were seen clad in strange hues. Man was conscious of himself only as a member of a race,...
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Introduction to the Human Sciences

Wilhelm Dilthey - 1989 - 524 páginas
...that Jacob Burckhardt sketched fits in harmoniously with our account. "In the Middle Ages," he says, "both sides of human consciousness — that which...that which was turned without — lay dreaming or half-awake beneath a common veil. ... In Italy this veil first 355 melted into air; an objective treatment...
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Circa 1492: Art in the Age of Exploration

Jay A. Levenson, National Gallery of Art (U.S.) - 1991 - 671 páginas
...virtù (worth, talent, and will) as the means of combating fortuna (the whims of fate). sciousness. "In the Middle Ages both sides of human consciousness —that which was turned within as that which turned without —lay dreaming or half awake beneath a common veil. The veil was woven of faith, illusion,...
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