By Nicholas of Cusa
Translated by Jasper Hopkins (NHC Fellow, 1983–84)
From the publisher’s description:
Nicholas of Cusa (1401-1464), sometimes misleadingly referred to as the first "modern" philosopher, was born in Kues, Germany (today Bernkastel-Kues). He became a canon lawyer and a cardinal. His two best-known works are De Docta Ignorantia (On Learned Ignorance) and De Visione Dei (On the Vision of God).
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Hopkins, Jasper (NHC Fellow, 1983–84), trans. Nicholas of Cusa's Dialectical Mysticism : Text, Translation, and Interpretive Study of De visione Dei, by Nicholas of Cusa. Minneapolis, MN: A.J. Banning Press, 1985.