Renowned as a “new Socrates” and “the first of the new philosophers,” Bernardino Telesio became a landmark for late Renaissance thinkers and men of science, developing a new approach to the study of the natural philosophy, in contrast to the scholastic Aristotelian tradition, and criticizing the medical science of Galen and of his followers. His thought influenced such eminent authors of early modern philosophy, as Agostino Doni, Giordano Bruno, Francis Bacon, Tommaso Campanella, Pierre Gassendi, and Thomas Hobbes.
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