Joachim Sterck van Ringelbergh

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Joachim Sterck van Ringelbergh, Horoscope of the treatise De ratione studii at the very end of this treatise

Joachim Sterck van Ringelbergh (Joachimus Fortius Ringelbergius) (Antwerp, c. 1499 – c. 1531) was a Flemish scholar, humanist, mathematician and astrologer.

His Lucubrationes vel potius absolutissima kyklopaideia (Basileae: Westheimer, 1538) was the first work to use a version of the word "cyclopaedia" in its title.

He is known also for his book on pedagogy, De Ratione Studii.[1]

References

  1. ^ "De Ratione Studii Liber". dickinson.edu. 

External links

  • Biography (Dutch language)
  • Biography and Bibliography
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