Pico in English: A Bibliography

The Works of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463–1494)

With a List of Studies and Commentaries

Compiled by M. V. Dougherty

 

 

 

 

For suggestions, addenda, or corrigenda, kindly write to: dougherm{at}ohiodominican{dot}edu

 

Index of Translations:

Ad Hermolaum de genere dicendi philosophorum (1485) Letter to Hermolao Barbaro On the Mode of Speaking Appropriate to Philosophers
Commento sopra una canzone d’amore di Girolamo Benivieni (1486) Commentary on a Canzone of Love of Girolamo Benivieni
Oratio (1486) The Oration
Conclusiones nongentae (1486) The 900 Theses
Apologia (1487) The Apology
Heptaplus de septiformi sex dierum Geneseos enarratione (1489) Heptaplus, On the Sevenfold Exposition of the Six Days of Genesis
Expositiones in Psalmos (1489) Commentary on the Psalms
De ente et uno (1491) On Being and the One
Disputationes adversus astrologiam divinatricem (1493) Disputations against Divinatory Astrology
Epistolae Letters
Sonetti Sonnets
Carmina Latin Poems
Duodecim regulae The Twelve Rules
Duodecim arma spiritualis pugnae The Twelve Weapons of Spiritual Battle
Duodecim conditiones amantis The Twelve Conditions of a Lover
Deprecatoria ad Deum A Prayer for Deliverance to God
Ioannis Pici Mirandulae Vita per Ioannem Franciscum (1496) Life of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola by Gianfrancesco Pico

 

Index of Studies and Commentaries:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M            
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z            

 

Translations

Epistola ad Hermolao Barbaro (1485)

Commento sopra una canzone d’amore di Girolamo Benivieni (1486)

Oratio (1486)

Conclusiones nongentae (1486)

Apologia (1487)

Heptaplus de septiformi sex dierum Geneseos enarratione (1489)

Expositiones in Psalmos (1489)

De ente et uno (1492)

Disputationes adversus astrologiam divinatricem (1493)

Epistolae

Recipient 

Date

Edition

Angelo Poliziano

12 March 1483

  • Angelo Poliziano, Letters, vol. I, edited and translated by Shane Butler. I Tatti Renaissance Library, vol. 21 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2006), 17.
  • Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Joannes Picus of Mirandula, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminus, and the Amalthei, translated by W. Parr Greswell, 2nd ed. (Manchester: R. and W. Dean, 1805), 169–70. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Angelo Poliziano

1481 [15 July 1481]

  • Angelo Poliziano, Letters, vol. I, edited and translated by Shane Butler. I Tatti Renaissance Library, vol. 21 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2006), 27–31.
  • Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Joannes Picus of Mirandula, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminus, and the Amalthei, translated by W. Parr Greswell, 2nd ed. (Manchester: R. and W. Dean, 1805), 163–5. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Lorenzo de’ Medici

15 July 1484  [1486]

  • The Three Crowns of Florence: Humanist Assessments of Dante, Petrarca and Boccaccio, edited by David Thompson and Alan F. Nagel (New York: Harper & Row, 1972), 148–52.

Marsilio Ficino

N.D. [1484]

  • The Letters of Marsilio Ficino, translated by Members of the Latin Department of the School of Economic Science, London, vol. 7 (London: Shepheard-Walwyn, 2003), 89–90.

Andrea Corneo

15 October 1486

  • The Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Volume 1. English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things, edited by Anthony S. G. Edwards, Katherine Gardiner Rodgers, and Clarence H. Miller (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997), 349–55.
  • Three Epistles of John Picus, translated by Thomas More and modernized by W. E. Campbell, in The English Works of Sir Thomas More, vol. I, edited by W. E. Campbell (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh / The Dial Press, 1931), 369–71.
  • Edward Jesup, The Lives of Picus and Pascal: Faithfully Collected from the Most Authentick Accounts of Them, To which is Subjoin’d  a Parallel between those Two Christian Worthies (London: W. Burton, 1723), 43–7. An electronic version of this text is available here.
  • Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Joannes Picus of Mirandula, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminus, and the Amalthei, translated by W. Parr Greswell, 2nd ed. (Manchester: R. and W. Dean, 1805), 220–5. An electronic version of this text is available here.
Marsilio Ficino N.D.
  • S. A. Farmer, The Problem of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: The Early Writings (Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University, 1977), 41–2.

Unnamed correspondent

10 November 1486

  • Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Joannes Picus of Mirandula, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminus, and the Amalthei, translated by W. Parr Greswell, 2nd ed. (Manchester: R. and W. Dean, 1805), 227–8. An electronic version of this text is available here.
Girolamo Benivieni 12 November 1486
  • S. A. Farmer, Syncretism in the West: Pico’s 900 Theses (1486): The Evolution of Traditional Religious and Philosophical Systems, edited and translated by S. A. Farmer (Tempe, AZ: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1998), 40.

Gianfrancesco Pico

15 May 1492

  • The Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Volume 1. English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things, edited by Anthony S. G. Edwards, Katherine Gardiner Rodgers, and Clarence H. Miller (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997), 341–9.
  • Three Epistles of John Picus, translated by Thomas More and modernized by W. E. Campbell, in The English Works of Sir Thomas More, vol. I, edited by W. E. Campbell (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh / The Dial Press, 1931), 364–8.
  • Edward Jesup, The Lives of Picus and Pascal: Faithfully Collected from the Most Authentick Accounts of Them, To which is Subjoin’d  a Parallel between those Two Christian Worthies (London: W. Burton, 1723), 33–9. An electronic version of this text is available here.
  • Twelve Rules, and Weapons concerning the Spirituall Battel. Together with a briefe exposition upon the sixteene Psalm: With two most worthie Epistles, written in Latin by that most worthy and noble Gentleman Iohn Picus Earle of Mirandula. And translated into English for the benefite of all good Christian Souldiers in the Spirituall Battaile, translated by W. H. (London: Iohn Windet, 1589), 28–34.

Gianfrancesco Pico

2 July 1492

  • The Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Volume 1. English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things, edited by Anthony S. G. Edwards, Katherine Gardiner Rodgers, and Clarence H. Miller (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997), 357–63.
  • Three Epistles of John Picus, translated by Thomas More and modernized by W. E. Campbell, in The English Works of Sir Thomas More, vol. I, edited by W. E. Campbell (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh / The Dial Press, 1931), 371–4.
  • Edward Jesup, The Lives of Picus and Pascal: Faithfully Collected from the Most Authentick Accounts of Them, To which is Subjoin’d  a Parallel between those Two Christian Worthies (London: W. Burton, 1723), 39–43. An electronic version of this text is available here.
  • Twelve Rules, and Weapons concerning the Spirituall Battel. Together with a briefe exposition upon the sixteene Psalm: With two most worthie Epistles, written in Latin by that most worthy and noble Gentleman Iohn Picus Earle of Mirandula. And translated into English for the benefite of all good Christian Souldiers in the Spirituall Battaile, translated by W. H. (London: Iohn Windet, 1589), 35–9.

Jacopo Antiquari

28 June 1494

  • The Enimie of Idlenesse: Teaching a Perfect Platforme How to Indite Epistles and Letters of all Sortes: As well by answere as otherwise: No lesse Profitable then Pleasaunt, translated by W[illiam]. F[ulwood]. (London: Henrie Midleton, 1586), 188-190. An electronic version of this text is available here and here.

Marsilio Ficino

N. D.

  • The Letters of Marsilio Ficino, translated by members of the Latin Department of the School of Economic Science, London, vol. 7 (London: Shepheard-Walwyn, 2003), 92.

Angelo Poliziano

N. D.

  • Angelo Poliziano, Letters, vol. I, edited and translated by Shane Butler. I Tatti Renaissance Library, vol. 21 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2006), 21–3.
  • Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Joannes Picus of Mirandula, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminus, and the Amalthei, translated by W. Parr Greswell, 2nd ed. (Manchester: R. and W. Dean, 1805), 172–5. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Thadeo Ugolino

N. D.

  • Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Joannes Picus of Mirandula, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminus, and the Amalthei, translated by W. Parr Greswell, 2nd ed. (Manchester: R. and W. Dean, 1805), 226–7. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Marsilio Ficino

N. D.

  • The Letters of Marsilio Ficino, translated by Members of the Latin Department of the School of Economic Science, London, vol. 7 (London: Shepheard-Walwyn, 2003), 90–92.
Marsilio Ficino N. D.
  • The Letters of Marsilio Ficino, translated by Members of the Latin Department of the School of Economic Science, London, vol. 7 (London: Shepheard-Walwyn, 2003), 90–92.

Sonetti

Carmina

Duodecim regulae

Duodecim arma spiritualis pugnae

Duodecim conditiones amantis

Deprecatoria ad Deum

Ioannis Pici Mirandulae Vita (1496), by Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola (1469–1533)

 

Studies and Commentaries

A

Aasdalen, Unn Irene. “The First Pico-Ficino Controversy,” in Laus Platonici Philosophi: Marsilio Ficino and his Influence, edited by Stephen Clucas, Peter J. Forshaw and Valery Rees (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2011), 67–88.

Aasdalen, Unn Irene. Climbing Diotima’s Ladder: Marsilio Ficino, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Lorenzo dei Medici: Their Neoplatonic Commentaries in Italian (Ph.D. dissertation, University of London, 2008).

Aasdalen, Unn Irene. “On the Dignity of Philosophers: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola’s Oration on the Dignity of Man,” in Innovation and Tradition: Essays on Renaissance Art and Culture, edited by Dag T. Andersson and Roy Eriksen (Rome: Edizioni Kappa, 2000), 26–33.

Aertsen, Jan A. “The Doctrine of the Transcendentals in Renaissance Philosophy,” chapter 13 in Medieval Philosophy as Transcendental Thought: From Philip the Chancellor (ca. 1225) to Franscisco Suárez (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 569–85. 

Abrahams, Israel. “Pico della Mirandola,” in Hebrew Union College Jubilee Volume (1875–1925), edited David Philipson, H. G. Enelow, K. Kohler, Jacob Z. Lauterbach, Jacob Mann, Julian Morgenstern, William Rosenau (Cincinnati: Hebrew Union College, 1925), 317–31.

Allen, Don Cameron. “Ficino, Pico della Mirandola, Pontano, and the Astrologers’ Doctrine,” chapter 1 of The Star-Crossed Renaissance: The Quarrel about Astrology and Its Influence in England (Durham: Duke University Press, 1941 [Reprinted, New York: Octagaon Books, 1966]), 3–46.

Allen, Michael J. B. “The Second Ficino-Pico Controversy: Parmenidean Poetry, Eristic, and the One,” in Marsilio Ficino e il Ritorno di Platone: Studi e Documenti, edited by Gian Carlo Garfagnini, vol. II (Firenze: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 1986), 417–55. Reprinted as chapter X with original pagination in: Michael J. B. Allen, Plato’s Third Eye: Studies in Marsilio Ficino’s Metaphysics and its Sources (Aldershot: Ashgate/Variorum, 1995).

Allen, Michael J. B. “The Ficinian Sophist and the Controversy with Pico,” chapter 1 of Icastes: Marsilio Ficino’s Interpretation of Plato’s Sophist (Five Studies and a Critical Edition with Translation) (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989), 9–48.

Allen, Michael J. B. “Cultura Hominis: Giovanni Pico, Marsilio Ficino and the Idea of Man,” in Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: Convegno internazionale di Studi nel Cinquecentesimo Anniversario della Morte (1494–1994), vol. 1, edited by Gian Carlo Garfagnini (Firenze: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 1997), 173–96.

Allen, Michael J. B. “The Birth Day of Venus: Pico as Platonic Exegete in the Commento and the Heptaplus,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 81–113.

Allen, Prudence, R. S. M.. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463–1494),” in The Concept of Woman Volume II: The Early Humanist Reformation, 1250-1500 (Grand Rapids: MI: Eerdmans Publishing, 2002), 904–33.

Almási, Zsolt. “Fable or Philosophical Claim? Thomas of Aquinas in Picos Oratio,” Verbum Analecta Neolatina 6 (2004), 189–98. An electronic version of this article is available here.

Ansani, Antonella. Imago Magi: Magic and Rhetoric in the Italian Renaissance (Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University, 1990).

Ansani, Antonella. “Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola’s Language of Magic,” in LHébreu au temps de la Renaissance, edited by Ilana Zinguer (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1992), 89–104.

Ansani, Antonella. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandolas Discourse on Eloquence: A Rhetorical Reading,” American Journal of Italian Studies 22 (1999), 81–98.

Armstrong, Lilian. “102. Plutarch, Parallel Lives,” in The Painted Page: Italian Renaissance Book Illumination 1450-1550, edited by Johathan J. G. Alexander (Munich: Prestel-Verlag, 1994) 205b–206b.

Armstrong, Lilian. “The Pico Master: A Venetian Miniaturist of the Late Quattrocento,” in Studies of Renaissance Miniaturists in Venice, vol. 1 (London: Pindar Press, 2003), 233338.

B

Ben-Zaken, Avner. “Defying Authority, Denying Predestination, and Conquering Nature: Florence, 1493,” chapter 3 of Reading ayy Ibn-Yaqān: A Cross-Cultural History of Autodidacticism (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011), 65–100, 151–61.

Berger, Jr., Harry. “Pico and Neoplatonist Idealism: Philosophy as Escape,” Centennial Review 13 (1969), 38–83. Reprinted with additional footnotes in: Harry Berger, Jr., Second World and Green World: Studies in Renaissance Fiction-Making, ed. John Patrick Lynch (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988), 189–228. A portion of this text is reprinted in: Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 15, edited by James P. Draper and James E. Person, Jr. (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991), 345a–350a.

Berquist, Anders. “Christian Hebrew Scholarship in Quattrocentro Florence,” in Hebrew Study from Ezra to Ben-Yehuda, edited by William Horbury (Edinburgh: T and T Clark, 1999), 224–33.

Bertman, Martin A. “Picos Intellectual Politics,” History of European Ideas 7 (1986), 227–36.

Beier, Benjamin V. “The Subordination of Humanism: Young More’s ‘Profitable’ Work, The Life of John Picus,” Moreana 47 (2010), 23–44. An electronic version of this article is available here.

Black, Crofton. Pico’s Heptaplus and Biblical Hermeneutics (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2006).

Bland, Kalman P. “Elijah del Medigos Averroist Response to the Kabbalahs of Fifteenth-Century Jewry and Pico della Mirandola,” Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy 1 (1991), 23–53.

Blau, Joseph Leon. “The Phoenix of his Age,” “Out of the Ashes of the Phoenix,” chapters 2–3 of The Christian Interpretation of the Cabala in the Renaissance (New York: Columbia University Press, 1944 [Reprinted, Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1965]), 17–30, 31–40.

Blum, Paul Richard. “Pico, Theology, and the Church,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 37–60.

Blum, Paul Richard. “On Popular Platonism: Giovanni Pico with Elia del Medigo against Marsilio Ficino,” in Sol et homo. Mensch und Natur in der Renaissance. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag für Eckhard Keßler, edited by Sabrina Ebbersmeyer, Helga Pirner-Pareschi, and Thomas Ricklin (München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2008), 421–9.

Blum, Paul Richard. “Giovanni Pico against Popular Platonism,” chapter 8 of Philosophy of Religion in the Renaissance (Farnham: Ashgate, 2010), 127–136.

Borghesi, Francesco. “A Life in Works,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 202–220.

Borghesi, Francesco. “For the Good of All. Notes on the Idea of Concordia during the late Middle Ages,” Italian Poetry Review 5 (2010), 215-38.

Borghesi, Francesco. “Interpretations,” in Oration on the Dignity of Man: A New Translation and Commentary, edited by Francesco Borghesi, and Michael Papio, and Massimo Riva (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 52-65.

Bori, Pier Cesare. “The Historical and Biographical Background of the Oration,” in Oration on the Dignity of Man: A New Translation and Commentary, edited by Francesco Borghesi, and Michael Papio, and Massimo Riva (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 10–36.

Bowers, Fredson. “Printing Evidence in Wynkyn de Wordes Edition of The Life of Johan Picus by St. Thomas More,” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 43 (1949), 398–9.

Breen, Quirinus. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola on the Conflict of Philosophy and Rhetoric,” Journal of the History of Ideas 13 (1952), 384–91. Reprinted in: Christianity and Humanism: Studies in the History of Ideas, edited by Nelson Peter Ross (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1968), 3–11. Reprinted in: The Renaissance: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. Volume IV: Anti-Humanism and Anti-Renaissance, edited by Robert Black (London: Routledge, 2006), 158–64.

Breen, Quirinus.  “Melanchthons Reply to G. Pico della Mirandola,” Journal of the History of Ideas 13 (1952), 413–26.  Reprinted in: Christianity and Humanism: Studies in the History of Ideas, edited by Nelson Peter Ross (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1986), 39–68. Reprinted in: The Renaissance: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies. Volume IV: Anti-Humanism and Anti-Renaissance, edited by Robert Black (London: Routledge, 2006), 184–201.

Breen, Quirinus. “The Subordination of Philosophy to Rhetoric in Melanchthon: A Study of his Reply to G. Pico della Mirandola,” Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 43 (1952), 13–28.

Brown, Alison. “New Light on the Papal Condemnation of Pico’s Theses: Antonio Alabanti’s Letter to Niccolò Michelozzi in January 1487,” Rinascimento 46 (2006), 357–72.

Busi, Giulio. “A Renaissance Kabbalistic Workshop,” “Ha-Yeriah Ha-Gedolah: A Forgotten Masterpiece,” “Mithridates Translation for Pico,” “A Historical Note about the Latin Translation of the Great Parchment,” in The Great Parchment: Flavius Mithridates Latin Translation, The Hebrew Text, and an English Version, edited by Giulio Busi with Sominetta M. Bondini and Saverio Campanini. The Kabbalistic Library of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, vol. I (Torino: Nino Aragno Editore, 2004), 13–20, 21–23, 51–2, 95–101.

Busi, Giulio. “Who does not Wonder at this Chameleon? The Kabbalistic Library of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Hebrew to Latin, Latin to Hebrew: The Mirroring of Two Cultures in the Age of Humanism. Colloquium held at the Warburg Institute, London, October 18-19, 2004, edited by Giulio Busi, (Torino: Nino Aragno Editore, 2006), 167–96.

Busi, Giulio. “Toward a New Evaluation of Picos Kabbalistic Sources,” Rinascimento 48 (2009), 165–183.

Busi, Giulio. “Giovanni Pico and the Ideal of Concordia Discors: Disharmony as a Way to Esoteric Wisdom,” in Constructing Tradition: Means and Myths of Transmission in Western Esotericism, edited by Andreas B. Kilcher (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 293-302.

C

Caldiero, Frank M. “The Source of Hamlets What a Piece of Work is a Man!Notes and Queries 196 (1951), 421–4.

Campanini, Saverio. “Talmud, Philosophy, and Kabbalah: A Passage from Pico della Mirandola’s Apologia and its Source,” in “The Words of a Wise Man’s Mouth are Gracious” (QOH 10, 12): Festschrift for Günter Stemberger on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, edited by Mauro Perani (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2005) 429–447.

Campanini, Saverio. “Introduction,” in The Book of Bahir: Flavius Mithridates’ Latin Translation, The Hebrew Text, and an English Version, edited by Saverio Campanini. The Kabbalistic Library of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, vol. II (Torino: Nino Aragno Editore, 2005), 53–122.

Candido, Igor. “The Role of the Philosopher in Late Quattrocento Florence: Poliziano’s Lamia and the Legacy of the Pico-Barbaro Epistolary Controversy,” in Angelo Poliziano's Lamia: Text, Translation, and Introductory Studies, edited by Christopher S. Celenza (Leiden: Brill, 2010), 95–129.

Cao, Gian Mario. “Pico della Mirandola goes to Germany, With an edition of GianFrancesco Picos De Reformandis moribus oratio,” Annali dell Instituto storico italo-germanico in Trento 30 (2004), 463–526.

Carravetta, Peter. “In Pursuit of the Chameleon: The Interpretations of Pico,” in Italiana: Selected Papers from the Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the American Association of Teachers of Italian (Dec. 27–28, 1986. New York, NY), edited by Albert N. Mancini, Paolo Giordano, and Pier Raimondo Baldini (River Forest, IL: Rosary College, 1988), 141–52. A portion of this text is reprinted in: Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 15, edited by James P. Draper and James E. Person, Jr. (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991), 357b–359b.

Carozza, Davy. “Another Italian Source for La Magdalena of Malón de Chaide,” Italica 41 (1964), 91–8.

Cassirer, Ernst. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: A Study in the History of Renaissance Ideas,” Journal of the History of Ideas 3 (1942), 123–44, 319–46. Reprinted in: Renaissance Essays, ed. Paul O. Kristeller and Philip P. Wiener (New York: Harper and Row, 1968 [Reprinted, with a new preface, Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 1993]) 11–60. Reprinted with original pagination in: The Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in European History, no. E–39. Pages 319-46 reprinted in: Essays on Political Philosophy, edited by Patrick Riley (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 1992), 39-58. A portion of this text is reprinted in: Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 15, edited by James P. Draper and James E. Person, Jr. (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991), 326b–333a.

Catana, Leo. “The Concept ‘System of Philosophy’: The Case of Jacob Brucker’s Historiography of Philosophy,” History and Theory 44 (2005), 72–92. Reprinted with revisions as chapter 1 in The Historiographical Concept ‘System of Philosophy’: Its Origin, Nature, Influence and Legitimacy (Leiden: Brill, 2008), 11–34.

Catani, Remo. “Girolamo Savonarola and Astrology,” The Italianist 18 (1998), 71–90.

Catani, Remo. “Astrological Polemics in the Crisis of the 1490s,” Italy in Crisis: 1494, edited by Jane Everson and Diego Zancani (Oxford: Legenda: European Humanities Research Centre, 2000) 41–62.

Chuilleanáin, Eiléan Ní. “Motives of Translation: Reading Sir Thomas Mores translation of Pico della Mirandolas Life and Works,” in Italian Culture: Interactions, Transpositions, Translations, edited by Cormac Ó Cuilleanáin, Corinna Salvadori, and John Scattergood (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2006), 105–20.

Collis, Robert, “Maxim the Greek, Astrology and the Great Conjunction of 1524,” The Slavonic and East European Review 88 (2010), 601–23.

Copenhaver, Brian. “Studied as an Oration: Readers of Pico’s Letters, Ancient and Modern,” in Laus Platonici Philosophi: Marsilio Ficino and his Influence, edited by Stephen Clucas, Peter J. Forshaw and Valery Rees (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2011), 151–98.

Copenhaver, Brian P. “Magic and the Dignity of Man: De-Kanting Pico’s Oration,” in The Italian Renaissance in the Twentieth Century: Acts of an International Conference. Florence, Villa I Tatti, June 9–11, 1999, edited by Allen J. Grieco, Michael Rocke, Fiorella Gioffredi Superbi (Firenze: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2002), 295–320. An electronic version of this article is available here.

Copenhaver, Brian P. “The Secret of Pico’s Oration: Cabala and Renaissance Philosophy” in Renaissance and Early Modern Philosophy, edited by Peter A. French, Howard K. Wettstein, Bruce Silver. Midwest Studies in Philosophy, vol. XXVI (Boston: Blackwell Publishing, 2002), 56–81. An electronic version of this article is available here and here.

Copenhaver, Brian P., and Schmitt, Charles B. “Giovanni Pico and Nicholas of Cusa” in: Renaissance Philosophy, vol. 3 of A History of Western Philosophy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992), 163–84.

Copenhaver, Brian P. “Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni,” in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, vol. 5, edited by Paul F. Grendler (New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1999), 16–20.

Copenhaver, Brian P. “Astrology and Magic,” in The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy, edited by Charles B. Schmitt, Quentin Skinner, Eckhard Kessler, and Jill Kraye (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988), 264–300.

Copenhaver, Brian P. “Number, Shape, and Meaning in Picos Christian Cabala: The Upright Tsade, The Closed Mem, and the Gaping Jaws of Azazel,” in Natural Particulars: Nature and Disciplines in Renaissance Europe, edited by Anthony Grafton and Nancy Siraisi (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1999), 25–76. An electronic version of this article is available here.

Copenhaver, Brian P. “Maimonides, Abulafia and Pico. A Secret Aristotle for the Renaissance,” Rinascimento 46 (2006), 2351.

Copenhaver, Brian P. “Pico della Mirandola,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by Edward N. Zalta. (Jun 6, 2012 Edition).

Corazzol, Giacomo. “Pico as a Reader of Recanati,” “Mithridates Translation of Recanatis Commentary on the Daily Prayers,” “The Influence of Mithridates Version of Recanatis Commentary on the Daily Prayers on Picos Conclusiones,” in Menahem Recanati, Commentary on the Daily Prayers: Flavius Mithridates Latin Translation, The Hebrew Text, and an English Version, ed. Giacomo Corazzol, 2 vols. The Kabbalistic Library of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, vol. III (Torino: Nino Aragno Editore, 2008), 1:17-20, 1:98-139, 1:140-61.

Cosenza, Mario Emilio. Joh. Picus Mirandulensis,” in Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary of the Italian Humanists and of the World of Classical Scholarship in Italy, 1300-1800, 2nd ed., vol. 4 (Boston: G. K. Hall & Co., 1962), 2765–77.

Costa, Dennis. “Stuck Sow or Broken Heart: Pico’s Oratio as Ritual Sacrifice,” Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 12 (1982), 221–35.

Craig, Jane Melbourne. “Chapmans Two Byrons,” Studies in English Literature, 1500–1900 22 (1982), 271–84.

Craven, William G. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: Symbol of his Age: Modern Interpretations of a Renaissance Philosopher (Geneva: Libraire Droz, 1981). A portion of this text is reprinted in: Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 15, edited by James P. Draper and James E. Person, Jr. (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991), 354b–357b.

Craven, W. G. “Picus and Pico: A Case of Perceptive Plagiarism,” Bibliothèque d’Humanisme et Renaissance 49 (1987), 615–19.

Craven.W. G.  “Style and Substance in the Early Writings of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Rituals, Images, and Words: Varieties of Cultural Expression in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe,” ed. F. W. Kent and Charles Zika (Turnhout: Brepols, 2005), 343–73.

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Dalton, J. “Giovanni Pico, Prince of Mirandola,” Notes and Queries 4 (1863), 323. An electronic version of this article is available here.

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DAmico, John F. “Humanism and Pre-Reformation Theology,” in Renaissance Humanism: Foundations, Forms, and Legacy, Vol. III: Humanism and the Disciplines, edited by Albert Rabil, Jr. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988), 349–79. Reprinted as chapter VIII with original pagination in: John F. DAmico, Roman and German Humanism 1450–1550, ed. Paul F. Grendler (Aldershot: Ashgate/Variorum, 1993).

Dannenfeldt, Karl H. “The Pseudo-Zoroastrian Oracles in the Renaissance,” Studies in the Renaissance 4 (1957), 7–30.

Davies, Tony. “Pico della Mirandola and ‘Renaissance Humanism,’” in Humanism, 2nd ed. (London: Routlege, 2008), 94–104.

De Bom, Erik. “‘Homo ipse ludus ac fabula’: Vives’s Views on the Dignity of Man as Expressed in his Fabula de homine,” Humanistica Lovaniensia 57 (2008), 91-114.

de Boer, Jan-Hendryk. “Faith and Knowledge in the Religion of the Renaissance: Nicholas of Cusa, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, and Savonarola,” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 83 (2009), 51-78.

de Lubac, Henri. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Pedro Garcia,” in Theology in History, translated by Anne Englund Nash (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1996), 40–4.

Deitz, Luc. “De omni re scibili et de quibusdam aliis: A New Attempt at Understanding Pico’s 900 Theses,’Neulateinisches Jahrbuch: Journal of Neo-Latin Language and Literature 7 (2005), 295-301.

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Dougherty, M. V. “Introduction,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 1–12. An electronic version of this article is available here.

Dougherty, M. V. “Three Precursors to Pico della Mirandolas Roman Disputation and the Question of Human Nature in the Oratio,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 114–51.

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Doyle-Davidson, W. A. G. “The Earlier English Works of Sir Thomas More,” English Studies 17 (1935), 49-70. Reprinted in: Essential Articles for the Study of Thomas More, edited by R. S. Sylvester and G. P. Marc’hadour (Hamden, CT: Archon Books, 1977), 356–74, *–*.

Dressen, Angela. “Peripatetici pariter et Platonici: Poliziano and Pico della Mirandola and the Library of the Badia Fiesolana” in The Artist as Reader: On Education and Non-Education of Early Modern Artists, edited by Heiko Damm, Michael Thimann, and Claus Zittel (Leiden: Brill, 2013), 369–386.

Dulles, Avery. Princeps Concordiae: Pico della Mirandola and the Scholastic Tradition (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1941). A portion of this text is reprinted in: Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 15, edited by James P. Draper and James E. Person, Jr. (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991), 322b–326b.

Duroff, Victoria. “Dualism of Language in Pico della Mirandola’s 900 Conclusions,” in Metaphilology: Histories and Languages of Philology, edited by Pascale Hummel (Paris: Philologicum, 2009), forthcoming.

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Edelheit, Amos. “Humanism and Theology in Renaissance Florence: Four Examples (Caroli, Savonarola, Ficino, and Pico),” Verbum Analecta Neolatina 8 (2006), 271–90. An electronic version of this article is available here and here.

Edelheit, Amos. “The ‘Scholastic’ Theology of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: Between Biblical Faith and Academic Skepticism,” Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales 74 (2007), 523-70. An electronic version of this article is available here. Reprinted with revisions as “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and His Theological Method: Between opinio and fides,” chapter four of Ficino, Pico, and Savonarola: The Evolution of Humanist Theology 1461/2-1498 (Leiden: Brill, 2008), 279–367.

Edelheit, Amos. Ficino, Pico, and Savonarola: The Evolution of Humanist Theology 1461/2-1498 (Leiden: Brill, 2008).

Edelheit, Amos. “Henry of Ghent and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: A Chapter on the Reception and Influence of Scholasticism in the Renaissance,” in A Companion to Henry of Ghent, edited by Gordon A. Wilson (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 369–98.

Edelheit, Amos. “Reading the Penitential Psalms in Late Fifteenth-Century Florence: The Case of Giovanni Caroli and a Note on Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in “Wading Lambs and Swimming Elephants”: The Bible for the Laity and Theologians in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Era, edited by Wim François and August den Hollander (Leuven: Peeters, 2012), 41–54.

Edwards, Anthony S. G. “Robert Parkyn’s Transcript of More’s ‘Prayer of Picus Mirandula unto God,’” Moreana 27 (1990), 133–8. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Edwards, Anthony S. G. “Mores Life of Pico in the Early 17th Century,” Moreana 29 (1992), 5–7.

Edwards, Anthony S. G. “Mores Lyfe of Picus and Blacmans Collectarium,” Notes and Queries 40 (1993) 307–8.

Edwards, Anthony S. G. “Life of Pico,” in The Complete Works of St. Thomas More. Volume 1. English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things, edited by Anthony S. G. Edwards, Katherine Gardiner Rodgers, and Clarence H. Miller (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997), xxxvii–lix.

Egan, Kathleen Crozier. “On the Indignity of Man: The Quarrel between Boiardo and Pico della Mirandola,” in Fortune and Romance: Boiardo in America, edited by Jo Ann Cavallo and Charles Ross (Tempe, AZ: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies; 1998), 237–57.

Ehrman, Sidney Hellman. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, 1463–1494 A. D.,” in Three Renaissance Silhouettes (New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1928), 83–109.

Esmonde, Margaret Powell. A Patterne of Life: A Critical Analysis of St. Thomas Mores Life of John Picus (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Miami, 1971).

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Fantazzi, Charles E. “Vives Fabula de homine as a Dramatic Representation of Pico’s Oratio,” Neolatinisten Nieuwsbrief 15 (2003), 10–19.

Farmer, Stephen Alan. The Problem of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: The Early Writings (Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University, 1977).

Farmer, S. A. “Picos Roman Debate,” “Deciphering the 900 Theses,” “Pico and Anti-Pico,” chapters 1, 3, and 4 of Syncretism in the West: Picos 900 Theses (1486): The Evolution of Traditional Religious and Philosophical Systems (Tempe, AZ: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1998), 1–58, 97–132, 133–179. Selections are available here, here, here, and here. The author’s errata page is here.

Fietz, Lothar. “The Chameleon and the Player: Reflections on the Relation between English and Continental Thought,” Anglia: Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie 110 (1992), 85–99.

Fitzgerald, Desmond J. “Some Notes on Pico’s Dispute with Astrology,” in Arts libéraux et philosophie au moyen âge: Acts du quatrième congrès international de philosophie médiévale (Montréal: Institut dètudes médiévales, Paris: Libraire Philosophique J. Vrin, 1969), 1049–55.

Foley, Michael P. “Paradoxes of Pain: the Strategic Appropriation by St. Thomas More of Pico della Mirandola’s Spriritual Works,” Moreana 47 (2010), 9–22. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Fox, Alistair. “Contrary Impulses: English Poems, Life of John Picus, Translations of Lucian, Epigrammata,” chapter 1 of Thomas More: History and Providence (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1982) 9–49.

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Gabrieli, Vittorio. “Giovanni Pico and Thomas More,” Moreana 4 (1967), 43–57. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Garin, Eugenio. “Pico della Mirandola and the Attack on Rhetoric,” “Man,” “The Peace of Philosophy,” “The Attack on Astrology,” “The Beginnings of Platonic Apologetics,” chapters 6–10 of Italian Humanism: Philosophy and Civic Life in the Renaissance, translated by Peter Munz (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1965), 101–13.

Garin, Eugenio. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola” chapter VII of Portraits from the Quattrocento, translated by Victor A. Velen and Elizabeth Velen (New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1972), 190–221.

Garin, Eugenio. Astrology in the Renaissance: The Zodiac of Life, translated by Carolyn Jackson and June Allen, and revised in conjunction with the author by Clare Robertson (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983).

Garin, Eugenio. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” chapter 14 of History of Italian Philosophy, vol. 1, edited and translated by Giorgio Pinton (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008), 295–325.

Gilmore, Myron. “Mores Translation of Gianfrancesco Picos Biography,” in LOpera e il pensiero di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola nella storia dellUmanismo, vol. II (Firenze: Nella Sede dellInstituto, 1965), 301–4.

Gosselin, Edward A. “The Lord Gods Sun in Pico and Newton,” in Renaissance Society and Culture: Essays in Honor of Eugene F. Rice, Jr., edited by John Monfasani and Ronald G. Musto (New York: Italica Press, 1991), 51–58.

Grafton, Anthony. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: Trials and Triumphs of an Omnivore,” in Commerce with the Classics: Ancient Books and Renaissance Readers (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1997), 93–134. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Grant, Patrick. “Donne, Pico, and Holy Sonnet XII,” La Revue de lAssociation des Humanites 24 (1973), 39–42.

Grassi, Ernesto. “Giovanni Picos Letter De genere dicendi philosophorum, the Problem,” “Picos Departure from the Prevalence of the Rational Speech,” and “The Unity of Content and Form in the Originative Philosophical Act,” in Rhetoric as Philosophy: The Humanist Tradition, trans. John Michael Krois and Azizeh Azodi (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1980 [Reprinted, with a new preface, Carbondale and Edwardsville, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001]), 556, 569, 5960.

Gray, Hanna H. “Renaissance Humanism: The Pursuit of Eloquence,” Journal of the History of Ideas 24 (1963), 497–514.

Greswell, W. Parr. “Memoirs of Joannes Picus of Mirandula” in Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Joannes Picus of Mirandula, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminus, and the Amalthei, 2nd ed. (Manchester: R. and W. Dean, 1805), 153–367. An electronic version of this text is available here.

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Hanegraaf, Wouter J. “Secret Moses: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Christian Kabbalah,” in Esotericism and the Academy: Rejected Knowledge in Western Culture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 53–68.

Hankins, James. “Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni (1463–94),” in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by Edward Craig, vol. VII (London: Routledge Publishers, 1998), 386–92. Reprinted as: “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Humanism and Platonism in the Italian Renaissance. Vol. II: Platonism (Rome: Edizioni de storia letteratura, 2004), 47–183. Reprinted in abbreviated form in: Concise Routlege Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Edward Craig (London: Routledge, 2000), **-**. Reprinted in abbreviated form in: The Shorter Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Edward Craig (London: Routledge, 2005), 7934.

Harbison, E. Harris. “The Revival of Learning: Petrarch, Valla, Pico della Mirandola, John Colet,” chapter II of The Christian Scholar in the Age of the Reformation (New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1956), 31–67.

Herůfek, Jan. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola’s Encounter with Jewish Intellectuals,” Acta Comeniana 25 (2011), 7-24.

Hill, Juliana, née Cotton. “Appendix II: The Deaths of Politian and Pico della Mirandola,” and “Appendix III: The Bones of Politian and Pico della Mirandola in 1940,” pages 12-13, appended to a separate reprint with new pagination of  “Death and Politian,” Durham University Journal 46 (1954): 96-105. The existence of the expanded reprint is indicated in the last footnote of the journal article. The cover of the reprint notes: “This article, ‘Death and Politian,’ reprinted by permission from the Durham University Journal, June 1954, with corrections, four appendices and two illustrations.  The appendices that concern Pico are not present in the version of the article appearing in the Durham University Journal. Electronic versions of these two appendices can be found here.

Hughes, Philip Edgcumbe. “Pico della Mirandola: 1463–1494: A Study of an Intellectual Pilgrimage,” Philosophia Reformata 23 (1958), 108–135, 164–81. Continued in Philosophia Reformata 24 (1959), 17–44, 65–73. Electronic versions of these two texts are available here and here.

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Joost-Gaugier, Christiane L. “Raphaels Disputa: Medieval Theology Seen Through the Eyes of Pico della Mirandola, and the Possible Inventor of the Program, Tommaso Inghirami,Gazette des beaux-Arts 130, no. 1537 (1997), 65–84. Reprinted with revisions as “The Disputa: A Visionary Theology and the Exultation of Christianity,” chapter six of Raphaels Stanza della Segnatura: Meaning and Invention (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002), 65–80.

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McGinn, Bernard. “Cabalists and Christians: Reflections on Cabala in Medieval and Renaissance Thought,” in Jewish Christians and Christian Jews: From the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, edited by Richard H. Popkin and Gordon M. Weiner (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1994), 11–34.

McGinn, Bernard. “Cosmic and Sexual Love in Renaissance Thought: Reflections on Marsilio Ficino, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, and Leone Ebreo,” in The Devil, Heresy and Witchcraft in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey B. Russell, edited by Alberto Ferreiro (Leiden: Brill, 1998), 191–209.

McHam, Sarah Blake. “Erudition on Display: The Scientific Illustrations in Pico della Mirandola’s Manuscript of Pliny the Elder’s Natural History,” in Visualizing Medieval Medicine And Natural History, 1200-1550, edited by Jean A. Givens, Karen Reeds, and Alain Touwaide (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006), 83-114.

McHam, Sarah Blake. “Pico della Mirandola’s Illuminated Manuscript of Pliny,” in Pliny and the Artistic Culture of the Italian Renaissance: The Legacy of the Natural History (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013), 153a–156a.

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OMalley, John. “An Ash Wednesday Sermon on the Dignity of Man for Pope Julius II, 1513,” in Essays Presented to Myron P. Gilmore, Vol. I: History, edited by Sergio Bertelli and Gloria Ramakus, (Florence: La Nuova Italia Editrice, 1978), 193–207.

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Parks, George B. “Pico della Mirandola in Tudor Translation” in Philosophy and Humanism: Renaissance Essays in Honor of Paul Oskar Kristeller, edited by Edward P. Mahoney (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1976), 352–69.

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Rabin, Sheila J. Two Renaissance Views of Astrology: Pico and Kepler (Ph.D. dissertation, City University of New York, 1987).

Rabin, Sheila J. “Kepler’s Attitude Toward Pico and the Anti-Astrology Polemic,” Renaissance Quarterly 50 (1997), 750–70.

Rabin, Sheila J. “Pico on Magic and Astrology,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 152–78.

Rabin, Sheila J. “Unholy Astrology: Did Pico Always View It That Way?” in Paracelsian Moments: Science, Medicine, and Astrology in Early Modern Europe, edited by Gerhild Scholz Williams and Charles D. Gunnoe, Jr. (Kirksville: Truman State University Press, 2002), 151–62.

Rabin, Sheila J. “Pico and the Historiography of Renaissance Astrology,” Explorations in Renaissance Culture 36 (2010), 170–180.

Rabin, Sheila J. “Whither Kabbalah? Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola, Kabbalah, and the Disputations Against Judicial Astrology. In Hebraic Aspects Of The Renaissance: Sources And Encounters. Edited by Ilana Zinguer, Abraham Melamed, and Zur Shalev. (Leiden: Brill, 2011), 4352.

Reichert, Klaus. “Pico della Mirandola and the Beginnings of Christian Kabbala,” in Mysticism, Magic and Kabbalah in Ashkenazi Judaism: International Symposium Held in Frankfurt a. M. 1991, edited by Karl Erich Grözinger and Joseph Dan (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1995), 195–207.

Rigg, J. M. “Introduction” in Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola: His Life by his Nephew Giovanni Francesco Pico: Also Three of his Letters; His Interpretation of Psalm XVI; His Twelve Rules of a Christian Life; His Twelve Points of a Perfect Lover; and his Deprecatory Hymn to God, translated by Sir Thomas More (London: David Nutt, 1890), v–xl. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Røstvig, Maren-Sofie. “Pico and Giorgio,” chapter I.2 in Configurations: A Topomorphical Approach to Renaissance Poetry (Oxford: Oxford University Press / Oslo: Scandinavian University Press, 1994), 18–39.

Ruderman, David B.  “The Italian Renaissance and Jewish Thought,” in Renaissance Humanism: Foundations, Forms, and Legacy, Vol. I: Humanism in Italy, edited by Albert Rabil, Jr. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988), 382–433.

Rummel, Erika. “Epistola Hermolai nova ac subditicia: A Declamation Falsely Ascribed to Philip Melanchthon,” Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 83 (1992), 302–5.

Rutkin, H. Darrel. Astrology, Natural Philosophy and the History of Science, c. 1250–1700: Studies toward an Interpretation of Giovanni Pico della Mirandolas Disputationes adversus Astrologiam Divinatricem (Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University, 2002).

Rutkin, H. Darrel. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandolas Early Reform of Astrology: An Interpretation of vera astrologia in the Cabalistic Conclusions,” Bruniana & Campanelliana 10 (2004), 495–8.

Rutkin, H. Darrel. “Mysteries of Attraction: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, Astrology and Desire,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 41 (2010), 117–24.

Rutkin, H. Darrel. “The Use and Abuse of Ptolemys Tetrabiblos in Renaissance and Early Modern Europe: Two Case Studies (Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Filippo Fantoni),” in Ptolemy in Perspective: Use and Criticism of his Work from Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century, edited by Alexander Jones (Dordrecht: Springer, 2010), 135–149.

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Salaman, Clement, et al. “Introduction” and “Historical Note on Pico della Mirandola,” in The Letters of Marsilio Ficino, vol. 7, translated by members of the Language Department of the School of Economic Science, London (London: Shepheard-Walwyn, 2003), xv–xxv, 142–7.

Schmidt-Biggemann, Wilhelm. “Christian Cabala I: Giovanni Pico (1463-1494), Johannes Reuchlin (1455-1522), and Paulus Ricius (d. 1541),” and “Giovanni Pico (1463-1491) [sic]: Pious Philosophy and the Dignity of Man,” chapters 3.5 and 4.11 of Philosophia perennis: Historical Outlines of Western Spirituality in Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Thought (Dordrecht: Springer, 2004), 93–116, 169–73.

Schmitt, Charles B. “Gianfrancesco Picos Attitude toward his Uncle,” in L’Opera e il pensiero di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola nella storia dell’Umanismo, vol. 2 (Firenze: Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento, 1965), 305–13.

Schmitt, Charles B. “Hieronymus Picus, Renaissance Platonism and the Calculator,” International Studies in Philosophy 8 (1976), 57–80. Reprinted as chapter V with original pagination in: Charles B. Schmitt, The Aristotelian Tradition and Renaissance Universities (London: Variorum Reprints, 1984).

Schmitt, Charles B. “Perrenial [sic] Philosophy: From Agostino Steuco to Leibniz,” Journal of the History of Ideas 27 (1966), 505–32.

Seilerová, Božena. “The Problem of Creation of Man as the Image of God in the Work of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Florentine Platonism and Central Europe / Florentinischer Platonismus und Mitteleuropa, edited by Jozef Matula (Olomouc, CZ: Palacký University, 2001), 179–85.

Seilerová, Božena, and Vladimír Seiler. The Idea of Tolerance and the Concept of the One in the Work of the Renaissance Thinker Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Florentine Platonism and Central Europe / Florentinischer Platonismus und Mitteleuropa, edited by Jozef Matula (Olomouc, CZ: Palacký University, 2001), 187–190.

Semler, L. E. “Virtue, Transformation, and Exemplarity in The Lyfe of Johan Picus,” in A Companion to Thomas More, edited by A. D. Cousins and Damian Grace (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2009), 95–113.

Shumaker, Wayne. “Astrology,” chapter 1 of The Occult Sciences in the Renaissance: A Study in Intellectual Patterns (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972), 1–59.

Simonsohn, Shlomo. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola on Jews and Judaism” in From Witness to Witchcraft: Jews and Judaism in Medieval Christian Thought, edited by Jeremy Cohen (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 1996), 403–17.

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Stetson, Erlene. “Pico della Mirandola Like,” Il Confronto letterario: Quaderni del dipartimento di lingue e letterature straniere moderne dell’Università di Pavia e del dipartimento di linguistica e letterature comparate dellUniversità di Bergamo 6 (1989), 33–8.

Still, Carl N. “Picos Quest for All Knowledge,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 179–201.

Sudduth, Michael. “Pico della Mirandolas Philosophy of Religion,” in Pico della Mirandola: New Essays, ed. M. V. Dougherty (Cambridge University Press, 2008), 61–80.

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Thompson, David. “Pico della Mirandola’s Praise of Lorenzo (and Critique of Dante and Petrarch),” Neophilologus 54 (1970), 123–6.

Thorndike, Lynn. “Magic in Dispute, I: Pico della Mirandola, Bernard Basin, Pedro Garcia,” and “Astrology at Bay: I: Pico della Mirandola,” chapters 59 and 61 of A History of Magic and Experimental Science, vol. 4 (New York: Columbia University Press, 1934), 485–511, 529–43.

Thumfart, Alexander. “Readings on Cabbala: Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Jewish Studies at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: Proceedings of the 6th EAJS Congress, Toledo, July 1998. Volume II: Judaism from the Renaissance to Modern Times, edited by Judit Targarona Borrás and Angel Sáenz-Badillos, (Leiden: Brill, 1999), 83–90.

Toussaint, Stéphane. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494): The Synthetic Reconciliation of All Philosophies,” in Philosophers of the Renaissance, edited by Paul Richard Blum and translated by Brian McNeil (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2010), 69–81.

Trías, Eugenio. “Pico della Mirandola: Man in Proteuss Likeness,” chapter 3 of The Artist and the City, translated by Kenneth Krabbenhoft (New York: Columbia University Press, 1982), 42–8.

Trinkaus, Charles. “Cosmos and Man: Marsilio Ficino and Giovanni Pico on the Structure of the Universe and the Freedom of Man,” Vivens Homo 5 (1994), 335–57. Printed also with original pagination in Teologie a Firenze nelletà di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: V centenario della morte di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (Firenze 1494–1994), edited by Gilberto Aranci, Pietro De Marco, and Timothy Verdon (Bologna: Edizioni Dehoniane Bologna, 1994). Reprinted as chapter X with original pagination in: Charles Trinkaus, Renaissance Transformations of Late Medieval Thought (Aldershot: Ashgate/Variorum, 1999).

Trinkaus, Charles. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Contemporaries of Erasmus: A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation, edited by Peter G. Bietenholz and Thomas B. Deutscher vol. 3 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987), 81–4.

Trinkaus, Charles. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola on the Place of Man in the Cosmos: Egidio da Viterbo on the Dignity of Men and Angels,” chapter 10 of In Our Image and Likeness: Humanity and Divinity in Italian Humanist Thought, vol. 2 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970 [Reprinted, South Bend, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1995]), 505–29.

Trinkaus, Charles. “Picos Pursuit of Theological Concord,” chapter 16.3 of In our Image and Likeness: Humanity and Divinity in Italian Humanist Thought, vol. 2 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1970 [Reprinted, South Bend, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1995]), 753–60.

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Vasoli, Cesare. “John Pico della Mirandola,” chapter 4.6 of History of Theology. Volume 3: The Renaissance. Edited by Giulio D’Onofrio and translated by Matthew J. O’Connell. (Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1998), 224-32, 244-247.

Veenstra, Jan. R. “Self-Fashioning and Pragmatic Introspection: Reconsidering the Soul in the Renaissance (Some Remarks on Pico, Pomponazzi, and Machiavelli)” in Self-Fashioning: Personen(selbst)darstellung, edited by Rudolf Suntrup and Jan R. Veenstra (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2003), 285–308.

Vickers, Brian. “Critical Reactions to the Occult Sciences During the Renaissance” in The Scientific Enterprise. The Bar-Hillel Colloquium: Studies in History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science, vol. 4, edited by Edna Ullmann-Margalit (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992), 43–92.

Vickers, Brian. “The Triumph of Rhetoric,” in In Defense of Rhetoric, rev. ed. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997), 178–96.

von Reumont, Alfred. “Ermolao Barbaro and Pico della Mirandola,” chapter 10 of Lorenzo de Medici: The Magnificent, vol. II, translated by Robert Harrison (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1876), 79-95. An electronic version of this text is available here.

von Stuckrad, Kocku. “Christian Kabbalah and Anti-Jewish Polemics: Pico in Context,” in Polemical Encounters: Esoteric Discourse and Its Others, edited by Olav Hammer and Kocku von Stuckrad (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 3–23.

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Waddington, Raymond B. “The Sun at the Center: Structure as Meaning in Pico della Mirandola’s Heptaplus,” Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 3 (1973), 69–86. A portion of this text is reprinted in: Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 15, edited by James P. Draper and James E. Person, Jr. (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991), 350a–354b.

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Watts, Pauline Moffitt .“Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite and Three Renaissance Neoplatonists: Cusanus, Ficino, and Pico on Mind and Cosmos,” in Supplementum Festivum: Studies in Honor of Paul Oskar Kristeller, edited by James Hankins, John Monfasani, and Frederick Purnell, Jr. (Binghamton: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1987), 279–98. A portion of this text is reprinted in: Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 15, edited by James P. Draper and James E. Person, Jr. (Detroit: Gale Research Inc., 1991), 359b–360b.

Wegemer, Gerard B. “More’s Life of Pico della Mirandola (c. 1504-1507): A Model of Libertas and Humanitas?” chapter 5 of Young Thomas More and the Arts of Liberty (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 70–87.

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Wind, Edgar. “The Medal of Pico della Mirandola,” chapter III of Pagan Mysteries in the Renaissance (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1958), 39–56. An electronic version of this text is available here.

Wind, Edgar, “Porus Consilii Filius (Notes on the Orphic “Counsels of Night,”),” in L’Opera e il pensiero di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola nella storia dell’Umanismo, vol. 2 (Firenze: Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento, 1965), 197–203.

Wirszubski, Chaim. “Giovanni Pico’s Companion to Kabbalistic Symbolism,” in Studies in Mysticism and Religion Presented to Gershom G. Scholem. Edited by E. E. Urbach, R. J. Zwi Werblowsky, Ch. Wirszubski (Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1967), 353–62. Reprinted with original pagination in: Chaim Wirszubski, Between the Lines: Kabbalah, Christian Kabbalah and Sabbatianism, edited by Moshe Idel (Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1990), 108-117.

Wirszubski, Chaim. “Giovanni Picos Book of Job,” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 32 (1969), 171–99.

Wirszubski, Chaim. “Francesco Giorgios Commentary on Giovanni Picos Kabbalistic Theses,” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 37 (1974), 145–56.

Wirszubski, Chaim. Pico della Mirandola’s Encounter with Jewish Mysticism (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1989).

Wittreich, Joseph Anthony, Jr. “Pico and Milton: A Gloss on Areopagitica,” English Language Notes 9 (1971), 108–10.

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Yates, Frances A. “Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Magic,” in L’Opera e il pensiero di Giovanni Pico della Mirandola nella storia dell’Umanismo, vol. 1 (Firenze: Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento, 1965), 159–204.

Yates, Frances A. “Pico della Mirandola and Cabalist Magic,” chapter V of Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964), 84–116. Published with original pagination as: Frances A. Yates, Selected Works, vol. II (London: Routledge, 1999). Published with new pagination as: “Pico della Mirandola and Cabalist Magic,” chapter V of Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition, Routledge Classics (London: Routledge, 2002), 90-129.

Yates, Frances A. “The Occult Philosophy in the Italian Renaissance: Pico della Mirandola,” chapter II of The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979), 17–22. Published with original pagination as Frances A. Yates, Selected Works, vol. VII (London: Routledge, 1999). Published with new pagination as: Francis Yates, “The Occult Philosophy in the Italian Renaissance: Pico della Mirandola,” chapter II of The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age, Routledge Classics (London: Routledge, 2001), 19–26.

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Zambelli, Paola. “Astrology and Magic in Italy and North of the Alps. Continuity in the Definition of Natural Magic from Pico to Della Porta,” in Die Welt im Augenspiegel: Johannes Reuchlin und seine Zeit, edited by Daniela Hacke and Bernd Roecke (Stuttgart: Jan Thorbecke Verlag, 2002), 51–66. Reprinted with revisions as “Continuity in the Definition of Natural Magic from Pico to Della Porta. Astrology and Magic in Italy and North of the Alps,” chapter 1 of White Magic, Black Magic in the European Renaissance: From Ficino, Pico, Della Porta to Trithemius, Agrippa, Bruno (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 13–34.

Zambelli, Paola. “‘Creating Worlds and then Laying them Waste.’ The Cyclical Nature of History: Notes on Historians and on Giovanni Pico della Mirandola,” in Astrology and Magic from the Medieval Latin and Islamic World to Renaissance Europe: Theories and Approaches (Farhham: Ashgate Variorium, 2012), chapter IV, 1–26.

Zapatka, Frances E. “Prose Apothegms into Rime Royal: Thomas More’s Translation of Pico della Mirandola’s Twelve Rules,” in Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Guelpherbytani: Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies, edited by Stella P. Revard, Fidel Rädle, and Mario A. DiCesare (Binghamton, NY: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1988), 395–400.

 

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