Tommaso Campanella Quote

I learn more from the anatomy of an ant or a blade of grass... than from all the books which have been written since the beginning of time. This is so, since I have begun... to read the book of God... the model according to which I correct the human books which have been copied badly and arbitrarily and without attention to the things that are written in the original book of the Universe.


"Letter of 1607", as cited by Eisenstein, Elizabeth L., 2012, The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe, Cambridge University Press, p. 218.

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I learn more from the anatomy of an ant or a blade of grass... than from all the books which have been written since the beginning of time. This is...

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I learn more from the anatomy of an ant or a blade of grass... than from all the books which have been written since the beginning of time. This is...

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I learn more from the anatomy of an ant or a blade of grass... than from all the books which have been written since the beginning of time. This is...

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I learn more from the anatomy of an ant or a blade of grass... than from all the books which have been written since the beginning of time. This is...