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27-4-2020 9:00 AM

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27-4-2020 10:00 AM

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European History

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Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) -- Philosophy, Artists -- Italy -- Biography, Florence (Italy) -- Civilization, Florence (Italy) -- History -- 15th century, Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) -- Effect of Aristotlean philosophy on

Abstract

Leonardo da Vinci is highly regarded for his many contributions to the arts and sciences, though not much is known of his philosophical work. This paper focuses on his creative methodologies and their formation, as influenced by his Italian roots and the presence of Aristotlean philosophy within the Renaissance. The combination of philosophy and his environment produced unique naturalistic creativity.

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The Creative Philosophies of Leonardo da Vinci: Nature as the Perfect Creator

Leonardo da Vinci is highly regarded for his many contributions to the arts and sciences, though not much is known of his philosophical work. This paper focuses on his creative methodologies and their formation, as influenced by his Italian roots and the presence of Aristotlean philosophy within the Renaissance. The combination of philosophy and his environment produced unique naturalistic creativity.