This learn indicates how Giovanni Pico della Mirandola used Neoplatonic and kabbalistic principles to advance an cutting edge concept of biblical allegory. in accordance with epistemology and highbrow ascent, his concept pertains to scholastic debate over the motion of the mind.
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