Passions of the Soul. The Third Book of De Anima et Vita
|Author: ||Noreña, Carlos|
Professor Noreña has made a readable translation of Vives' sometimes obscure and turgid Latin work on an Aristotelian philosophical concept of life and the soul.
". . . De Anima at Vita. . . is to a large extent a compendium of classical, patristic and medieval scholastic opinion on human psychology. At the same time, it bears the stamp of Vives' own character and intelligence. . . . The work is a valuable addition to the publisher's series, Studies in Renaissance Literature ." - The Benedictine Bulletin