Still reading God’s philosophers. The work is written from the point of view of the history of science, not the history of culture or literature; and the renaissance, which is such a milestone in the latter, is barely visible. In this book, the continuity is much more important than the differences. That’s a rather different perspective to the one we are used to. But when the author does get to the renaissance, he finds in it a source for a good many modern myths.
Still turning photocopies into PDF’s and emptying my filing cabinet. Finding a few in A3 photocopy form; not sure how to handle those!