An effort to articulate a concept of reason that embraces diversity yet commands agreement across localities, cultures, and traditions and enforces a clear distinction between philosophy, politics and morality.
At the end of an industrious political career in conflict-riven Italy, the Florentine diplomat Niccolò Machiavelli composed his masterpiece The Prince, a classic study of power and politics, and a manual of ruthlessness for any ambitious ruler.Controversial in his own time, The Prince made Machiavellis name a byword for manipulative scheming, and had an impact on such major figures as Napoleon and Frederick the Great. It contains principles as true today as when they were first written almost five centuries ago.
Forms of Conflict and Rivalries in Renaissance EuropeBuchvon David A. LinesEAN: 9783847104094Einband: GebundenErscheinungsjahr: 2015Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 281Maße: 238 x 159 x 22 mmRedaktion: David A. Lines, Marc Laureys und Jill KrayeEuropa, Neuze
Dr Jill Kraye is Emeritus Professor of the History of Renaissance Philosophy at the University of London. Prof Dr Marc Laureys teaches Medieval Latin and Neo-Latin Philology at the University of Bonn. Dr David A. Lines is Reader for Italian Studies at the University of Warwick and specializes in Renaissance philosophy.
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