This paper argues that G. Guldentops’s review of S. Ebbersmeyer’s Homo agens does not do justice to her wellgrounded and exemplarily structured study, which is a landmark in the research on early Renaissance moral philosophy. Among other aspects the paper focuses on the relation of early Italian humanists to the medieval scholastic tradition
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