Johannes Magirus

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Johannes Magirus (c. 1590)

Johannes Magirus (c. 1560 – 1596) was a German physician and natural philosopher. He was born at Fritzlar about 1560; his background was Lutheran.[1] He studied at the University of Padua, and took a medical degree at the University of Marburg in 1585.[2]

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  1. ^ Charles B. Schmitt, Quentin Skinner, Eckhard Kessler (editors), The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy (1991), p. 825;Google Books.
  2. ^ Lorraine Daston, Michael Stolleis, Natural Law and Laws of Nature in Early Modern Europe: jurisprudence, theology, moral and natural philosophy (2008), p. 117; Google Books.
  3. ^ Schmitt et al. p. 801; Google Books.
  4. ^ Cotton Mather, Winton U. Solberg, The Christian Philosopher (2000), p. 25; Google Books.
  5. ^ S. Ducheyne, Newton's Training in the Aristotelian Textbook Tradition: From Effects to Causes and Back, History of Science, vol. 43, p.217-237; Online.
  6. ^ Lorraine Daston, Michael Stolleis, Natural Law and Laws of Nature in Early Modern Europe: jurisprudence, theology, moral and natural philosophy (2008), p. 118; Google Books.