The need for the factor hermeticism in the renaissance thinking

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It is well known that after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the interest in studying the culture and philosophy of the Renaissance in the post-Soviet area grew even more. This article discusses the controversial aspects of the study of the Renessas era and shows the need for a hermetic tradition in understanding it. This is because humanistic ideas of the Renaissance display many elements of esoteric traditions. With the collapse of the ideological monopoly of the former Soviet Union, a pluralistic principle from the paradigmatic point of view in various fields of science, particularly in the social and humanitarian field, began to dominate. In particular, the study of the Renaissance focused on the influence of various esoteric traditions. Our aim is to identify the causes of the same relationship by analyzing two overlapping views on the tradition of hermeticism in the Renaissance. At the same time, special attention is paid to the peculiarities of hermetic ideas as a paradigm.




Madaeva, S., & Toshov, K. (2019). The need for the factor hermeticism in the renaissance thinking. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(1), 3124–3130.

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