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[美]斯蒂芬·格林布拉特(Stephen Greenblatt) 唐建清   社会科学文献出版社  2020-09 出版
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1417年1月,猎书人波焦·布拉乔利尼从一个偏僻修道院尘封的书架上取下一份年代极其久远的抄本,无意间唤醒了一部湮没长达千年之久的作品——卢克莱修的《物性论》。这首行文无比优美的拉丁文长诗引发了巨大的讨论,也深深影响了如波提切利、布鲁诺、伽利略、弗洛伊德、达尔文、蒙田、莎士比亚、爱因斯坦等艺术家、思想家、文学家、科学家,还经杰斐逊之手在《独立宣言》中留下了痕迹。斯蒂芬?格林布拉特在《大转向》中讲述了这个引人入胜却鲜为人知的文艺复兴时期的冒险故事。他认为,正是由于《物性论》的重见天日才开启了西方文明走向现代的序幕,进而改变了全人类的历史。
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