A maviosidade da música do Universo: a cosmovisão pitagórico-platônica do Comentário ao Sonho de Cipião, de Macróbio (séc. V)
The musicality of the Universe is highly recurring theme in classical and medieval philosophical tradition. Many were the thinkers, philosophers and astronomers who have studied the harmony of the spheres. The purpose of this paper is to present and analyze the most influential work of this cosmological tradition: the Commentary of the Dream of Scipio, by Macrobius (V century).
Las traducciones en el siglo XXI de los clásicos medievales – tensiones, problemas y soluciones: el Curial e Güelfa
Themes developed in this Conference: The act of translating. The comprehensive understanding. A translation of medieval texts. The translation by a novel of chivalry: Curial e Guelfa. Fundamental themes approached: Love, Death, Sublime. Translating is a feeling, feeling to explain.
El relato del Génesis en el Tapís de la Creació (siglos XI-XII): la transcendencia en la Estética Medieval
The Tapestry of the Creation (XI century) is a Catalan embroidery, one of the most important textile works of Romanesque art who tells the Christian cosmology, the Heaven and the Nature in its original state. Our proposal is to analyze some aspects of his iconography, especially the meaning of the Cosmocrator God and His relationship with the philosophy of St. Augustine.