Robert Pawlik                                                                      Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw

 

Volume 5, October 2023

Abstract
On the occasion of the release of the French translation of Edgar Wind’s Pagan Mysteries in the
Renaissance, Pierre Hadot granted an interview. In a conversation with Jeannie Carlier, he shared his
interpretation of the book, considering it an important contribution to the understanding of the
spirit of the Renaissance. In the note, I try to demonstrate that traces of his acquaintance with
Wind’s opus vitae date back to earlier times.

Keywords
Edgar Wind; Neoplatonic tradition; Pierre Hadot; Plotinus; Renaissance

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The Edgar Wind Journal 5: 60-70, 2023
DOI: 10.53245/EWJ-000026
Copyright: © 2023 R. Pawlik. This is an open access, peer-reviewed article published by Bernardino Branca