On anniversary of birth of Michael Servetus, Neil Langdon Inglis reflects on “a mind of agile ferment and wonder, cruelly snuffed out”

Michael Servetus

Michael Servetus

On he anniversary of the birth of Michael Servetus, the Spanish theologian, physician, cartographer and Renaissance humanist, born on September 29th (?), 1509 or 1511, and burnt at the stake in Geneva in 1553, Neil Langdon Inglis, a Senior Editor-at-Large of Interlitq, and a contributor to Issues 18, 19 and 20 of Interlitq, reflects on “a mind of agile ferment and wonder, cruelly snuffed out”.

Read the essay “Michael Servetus” by Neil Langdon Inglis in Issue 20 of Interlitq

Neil Langdon Inglis

Neil Langdon Inglis

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