The book of my life de vita propria liber
The Book of My Life: de Vita Propria Liber 1929 by Jerome Cardon
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Yet if no considerable interest in Cardan has survived, at least every generation has raised some slight literary memorial to his name; historians of mathematics, of esoteric philosophy and of the autobiography as a form have not been able to overlook him, for to these fields he made significant contributions. Burr writes in the course of her discussion of the three great archetypes of the autobiographical form represented by Caesar, St.
The Book of My Life (DE Vita Propria Liber)
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By Jerome Cardan. Translated from the Latin by Jean Stoner.
what is life good for