The Way of Hermes: New Translations of the "Corpus Hermeticum" and the "Definitions of Hermes Trismegistus to Asclepius"


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"The Corpus Hermeticum" is a collection of short philosphical treatises, a powerful fusion of Greek and Egyptian thought, written in Greek in Alexandria between the first and third centuries AD and rediscovered in the West in the fifteenth century when it was first translated into Latin by the great scholar and philosopher Marsilio Ficino. These writing were believed from antiquity up to the early seventeenth century to be the writings of Hermes Trismegistus, 'thrice-great Hermes', the name given by Greeks of the classical ...

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