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John Dee
John Dee Ashmolean.jpg
Sebuah potret abad ke-16 karya seorang artis tak diketahui[1]
Lahir13 July 1527[2]
Tower Ward, London[2]
MeninggalDesember 1608 atau Maret 1609 (usia 81)
Mortlake, Surrey, Inggris
KebangsaanInggris
AlmamaterSt John's College, Cambridge
Louvain University
Dikenal atasPenasehat Ratu Elizabeth I
Suami/istriKatherine Constable
Jane Fromond
Anak8
Karier ilmiah
BidangMatematika, alkemi, astrologi, Hermetisisme, navigasi,
InstitusiTrinity College, Cambridge
Christ's College, Manchester
Pembimbing akademikGemma Frisius, Gerardus Mercator[3]
Mahasiswa ternamaThomas Digges[4]

John Dee (13 Juli 1527 – 1608 atau 1609) adalah seorang matematikawan, astronom, astrolog, filsuf,[5] dan penasehat Ratu Elizabeth I. Ia menjalani sebagian besar hidupnya untuk kajian alkemi, divinasi, dan filsafat Eremit. Ia juga merupakan advokat ekspansi kekaisaran Inggris menjadi "Kekaisaran Britania", sebuah istilah yang umum dipakai.[6]

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  1. ^ According to Charlotte Fell-Smith, this portrait was painted when Dee was 67. It belonged to grandson Rowland Dee and later to Elias Ashmole, who left it to Oxford University.
  2. ^ a b Benjamin Woolley (2012), The Queen's Conjuror, HarperCollins UK, hlm. 3, ISBN 9780007401062 
  3. ^ John Dee di Mathematics Genealogy Project
  4. ^ "British Society for the History of Mathematics". Dcs.warwick.ac.uk. Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 2010-05-16. Diakses tanggal 2 April 2010. 
  5. ^ Roberts, R. Julian (2006) [2004]. "Dee, John (1527–1609)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/7418. Diakses tanggal 6 December 2011.  (berlangganan atau keanggotan Perpustakaan Umum Britania Raya diperlukan)
  6. ^ Gwyn A. Williams, When Was Wales? A History of the Welsh (London: Penguin, 1985), p.124.

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Sumber primer[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Dee, John Quinti Libri Mysteriorum. British Library, MS Sloane Collection 3188. Also available in a fair copy by Elias Ashmole, MS Sloane 3677.
  • Dee, John John Dee's five books of mystery: original sourcebook of Enochian magic: from the collected works known as Mysteriorum libri quinque edited by Joseph H. Peterson, Boston: Weiser Books ISBN 1-57863-178-5.
  • Dee, John The Mathematicall Praeface to the Elements of Geometrie of Euclid of Megara (1570). New York: Science History Publications (1975) ISBN 0-88202-020-X
  • Dee, John John Dee on Astronomy: Propaedeumata Aphoristica (1558 & 1568) edited by Wayne Shumaker, Berkeley: University of California Press ISBN 0-520-03376-0
  • Dee, John. Autobiographical tracts of John Dee, Warden of the College of Manchester, ed. James Crossley. Chetham Society Publications, Vol XXIV. Manchester, 1851.
  • Dee, John. Diary for the years 1595-1601, ed. John E. Bailey. Privately printed, 1880.

Sumber sekunder[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Cajori, Florian A History of Mathematical Notations New York: Cosimo (2007) ISBN 1-60206-684-1
  • Calder, I. R. F. John Dee Studied as an English Neo-Platonist PhD Dissertation, London: The Warburg Institute, London University (1952) Available online
  • Canny, Nicholas (2001). The Origins of Empire: The Oxford History of the British Empire, Volume I. Oxford University Press (1998). ISBN 0-19-924676-9. 
  • Casaubon, M. A True and Faithful Relation of What Passed for many Yeers Between Dr. John Dee ... (1659) repr. "Magickal Childe" ISBN 0-939708-01-9 New York (1992)
  • Clucas, Stephen, ed. John Dee: interdisciplinary studies in Renaissance thought. Dordrecht: Springer (2006) ISBN 1-4020-4245-0
  • Clucas, Stephen, ed. John Dee's Monas Hieroglyphica. Ambix Special Issue. Vol. 52, Part 3, 2005, includes articles by Clulee, Norrgren, Forshaw and Bayer.
  • Clulee, Nicholas H. John Dee's Natural Philosophy: between science and religion. London: Routledge (1988) ISBN 0-415-00625-2
  • Fell-Smith, Charlotte. John Dee: 1527–1608. London: Constable and Company (1909) Available online.
  • French, Peter J. John Dee: the world of an Elizabethan magus. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul (1972) ISBN 0-7102-0385-3
  • Håkansson, Håkan. Seeing the Word: John Dee and Renaissance occultism. Lund: Lunds Universitet, 2001. ISBN 91-974153-0-8 Available online
  • Jones, John James; Chambers, Llewelyn Gwyn (1959), "Dee, John (1527–1608), mathematician and astronomer", Dictionary of Welsh Biography, National Library of Wales, diakses tanggal 27 March 2018 
  • Kugler, Martin. Astronomy in Elizabethan England, 1558 to 1585: John Dee, Thomas Digges, and Giordano Bruno. Montpellier: Université Paul Valéry (1982)
  • Louv, Jason. John Dee and the Empire of Angels: Enochian Magick and the Occult Roots of the Modern World." Inner Traditions (April 17, 2018) ISBN 1620555891/ISBN 978-1620555897 available at Amazon.com
  • (Prancis) Mandosio, Jean-Marc. D'or et de sable (chapitre IV. Magie et mathématiques chez John Dee, pp. 143–170), Paris, éditions de l'Encyclopédie des Nuisances, (2008) ISBN 2-910386-26-0
  • Morris, Tom. John Dee and Edward Kelley (2013) Available online
  • Parry, Glyn. The Arch-Conjuror of England: John Dee and Magic at the Courts of Renaissance Europe New Haven: Yale University Press, (2012) ISBN 978-0300117196
  • Sherman, William Howard. John Dee: The Politics of Reading and Writing in the English Renaissance Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press (1995) ISBN 1-55849-070-1
  • Stark, Ryan. Rhetoric, Science, and Magic in Seventeenth-Century England. Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 2009.
  • Vickers, Brian ed. Occult & Scientific Mentalities in the Renaissance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1984) ISBN 0-521-25879-0
  • Woolley, Benjamin (March 2002) [2001], The Queen’s Conjuror: The Life and Magic of Dr. Dee (edisi ke-New), London: Flamingo: HarperCollins Publishers, ISBN 978-0006552024 
  • Yates, Frances The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age. London: Routledge (2001) ISBN 0-415-25409-4
  • Yates, Frances. "Renaissance Philosophers in Elizabethan England: John Dee and Giordano Bruno." in her Lull & Bruno: Collected Essays Vol. I. London: Routledge & Kegan (1982) ISBN 0-7100-0952-6

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