Inigo Jones’s 'Tempe Restored' and Alessandro Piccolomini’s 'Della institution morale'


Traces the notions of moral philosophy as expressed in Inigo Jones' "Tempe Restored" to Alessandro Piccolomini's "Della Institution morale." Justifications by Jones on his visual conception of masque; Remedies to which humankind may resort according to Piccolomini; Annotation of Jones' books; Components of the human soul by Piccolomini; Interest of Jones in Piccolomini's works; Analogy between corporeal and interior beauty proposed by Piccolomini and Jones.



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