Lodovico Castelvetro (ca. 1505 in Modena – 1571 in Chiavenna) was an important figure in the development of neo-classicism, especially in drama. It was his reading of Aristotle that led to a widespread adoption of a tight version of the Three Unities, as a dramatic standard.

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  • Lodovico Castelvetro (Módena, 1505 – Chiavenna, 1571) fue un filólogo y crítico literario italiano. Está considerado el máximo representante del aristotelismo literario del Cinquecento. (es)
  • Lodovico Castelvetro (* ca. 1505 in Modena; † 1571 in Chiavenna, Provinz Sondrio) war ein italienischer Humanist. (de)
  • Lodovico Castelvetro (ca. 1505 in Modena – 1571 in Chiavenna) was an important figure in the development of neo-classicism, especially in drama. It was his reading of Aristotle that led to a widespread adoption of a tight version of the Three Unities, as a dramatic standard. His Poetica d'Aristotele vulgarizzata e sposita ("The Poetics of Aristotle in the Vulgar Language") was called the most famous Italian Renaissance commentary on Aristotle's Poetics.His supposed involvement in translation of Protestant texts caused him trouble with the Church. He was labelled a heretic in 1557, and lived in exile from his native Italy (he was born near Modena). His Giunta, a commentary on the Prose della volgar lingua by Pietro Bembo, is one of the earlier texts on Italian grammar, and linguistics in general; his contemporaries objected to him that his theories were a little too philosophical for their time. (en)
  • Lodovico Castelvetro (v. 1505 à Modène - 1571 à Chiavenna, dans la province de Sondrio) est un écrivain italien de la Renaissance, qui, en raison de certains désaccords avec l'Église catholique, fut déclaré hérétique en 1557, ce qui le fit mourir en exil. Ses polémiques avec Annibal Caro sur la langue vulgaire ont inspiré Benedetto Varchi (L'Ercolano), un précurseur de la linguistique toscane et florentine. (fr)
  • È considerato il massimo rappresentante dell'aristotelismo letterario cinquecentesco. (it)
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  • Lodovico Castelvetro (Módena, 1505 – Chiavenna, 1571) fue un filólogo y crítico literario italiano. Está considerado el máximo representante del aristotelismo literario del Cinquecento. (es)
  • Lodovico Castelvetro (* ca. 1505 in Modena; † 1571 in Chiavenna, Provinz Sondrio) war ein italienischer Humanist. (de)
  • Lodovico Castelvetro (v. 1505 à Modène - 1571 à Chiavenna, dans la province de Sondrio) est un écrivain italien de la Renaissance, qui, en raison de certains désaccords avec l'Église catholique, fut déclaré hérétique en 1557, ce qui le fit mourir en exil. Ses polémiques avec Annibal Caro sur la langue vulgaire ont inspiré Benedetto Varchi (L'Ercolano), un précurseur de la linguistique toscane et florentine. (fr)
  • È considerato il massimo rappresentante dell'aristotelismo letterario cinquecentesco. (it)
  • Lodovico Castelvetro (ca. 1505 in Modena – 1571 in Chiavenna) was an important figure in the development of neo-classicism, especially in drama. It was his reading of Aristotle that led to a widespread adoption of a tight version of the Three Unities, as a dramatic standard. (en)
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