aconcio, giacomo defined in 1939 yearaconcio, giacomo - Aconcio, giacomo (1492-1566);
aconcio, giacomo - Italian philosopher, theologian, jurist, and engineer. Having left the Church of Rome, he was banished and took refuge in England. He became a favourite of Queen Elizabeth, to whom he dedicated his Stratagems of Satan, written in a tolerant spirit, which made him many enemies. Philosophically, he anticipated Descartes.
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