Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy

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Skalić, Pavao

Born: 1534 Zagreb
Died: 1575 Gdansk
  • Erna Banić-PajnićEmail author
Living reference work entry
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-02848-4_277-1

Abstract

A Croatian Renaissance philosopher, theologian, and adventurer, known in the history of philosophy as an ardent follower of Pico della Mirandola and one of the first thinkers who used the term encyclopedia, Skalić was a typical representative of Renaissance syncretism.

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References

  1. Čvrljak K (2004) Filozofija u enciklopedizmu Pavla Skalića. Ogranak Matice hrvatske Skradin, Zagreb-SkradinGoogle Scholar
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Primary Literature (Selection)

  1. Paulus Scalichius (1553) Conclusiones in omni genere scientiarum, divinas, angelicas, coelestes, elementares...et infernales. Bononiae, RomaeGoogle Scholar
  2. Paulus Scalichius (1556) Occulta occultorum occulta Pauli Skalich de Lika, philosophiae ac theologiae doctoris, sacrae, Ro. Hung. Boe. etc. Regiae maiestatis capellani. Excudebat Michael Zimmermannus, ViennaeGoogle Scholar
  3. Pauli Scalich II (1559) Encyclopaediae, seu Orbis disciplinarum, tam sacrarum quam prophanarum, Epistemon: Pauli Scalich II de Lika, et comitis Hunnorum, et Baronis Zkradini, S.[anctae] T.[heologiae] Doct.[oris]. Per Ioannem Oporinum, BasileaeGoogle Scholar
  4. Paulus Scalichius (1563) Satirae philosophicae sive Miscellaneorum tomus primus. Acc. Genealogia praecipuorum Europae regum et principum. Ex officina Ioannis Daubmann. Joh. Nasi Minoritae, ColoniaeGoogle Scholar
  5. Pauli principis de la Scala et Hun, Marchionis Veronae, Domini Creutzburgi Prussiae (1570–1571) Miscellaneorum de rerum caussis et successibus & de secretiore quadam methodo qua euersiones omnium regnorum vniuersi orbis & futurorum series erui possint, libri septem; item certissima Methodus qua homines palantes & erroribus turbulentis impliciti ad viam veritatis reuocandi & ad beatitudinem consequendam promouendi veniant, contra Centurias euangelicae veritatis Ioannis Nasi Minoritae; deinde Oratio de instauranda Romanae Ecclesiae doctrina cum Epistola qua omnes abditae artes & scientiae perstringuntur & perfectissima ratio prophetandi & miracula operandi traditur. Ex officina Theodori Graminaei, ColoniaeGoogle Scholar
  6. Pavli principis dela Scala et. Hun, Marchionis Veronae, Crevtzburgi (1571) Miscellaneorum tomus secundus sive catholici Epistemonis contra quandam corruptam ac depravatam Encyclopaediam libri XV. Theodorus Graminaeus, ColoniaeGoogle Scholar

Secondary Literature (Selection)

  1. Banić-Pajnić E (1983) Pavao Skalić i tradicija aeternae sapientiae. Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine 17–18:111–122Google Scholar
  2. Bučar F (1910) Povijest hrvatske protestantske književnosti. Matica Hrvatska, Zagreb, pp 135–141Google Scholar
  3. Girardi-karšulin M (1993) Pavao Skalić. Čovjek na razmeđi znanosti. Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine 37–38:31–51Google Scholar
  4. Jembrih A (2011) Pavao Skalić i njegov studij na Bečkome sveučilištu. Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine 73–73:95–132Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of philosophyZagrebCroatia