A Manual of the History of Philosophy

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H. G. Bohn, 1852 - Philosophy - 532 pages
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Page 272 - He was born at Nola, in the kingdom of Naples, about the middle of the sixteenth century. Little is known of his early life. He professed himself a Dominican, but the year and place of his noviciate are not known. Some religious doubts, and bold strictures on the monkish orders, obliged him to quit Italy, probably in 1580. He retired to Geneva, where his love for dispute and paradox brought him into trouble with the adherents of Calvin.

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