✓ History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy✓ Ebook Author ì Niccolò Machiavelli womens rights – pandorajewelry70off.us

History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy Theodoric possessed great talents both for war and peace in the former he was always conqueror, and in the latter he conferred very great benefits upon the cities and people under him He distributed the Ostrogoths over the country, each district under its leader, that he might conveniently command them in war, and govern them in peace He enlarged Ravenna, restored Rome, and, with the exception of military discipline, conferred upon the Romans every honor. Free Read [ History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy ] by [ Niccolò Machiavelli ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – pandorajewelry70off.us

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy book, this is one of the most wanted Niccolò Machiavelli author readers around the world.

✓ History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy✓ Ebook Author ì Niccolò Machiavelli womens rights – pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Paperback
  • 308 pages
  • History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy
  • Niccolò Machiavelli
  • English
  • 10 August 2018
  • 1406801437

10 thoughts on “History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy

  1. says:

    The year 2015 went as expected This is the last book of this year.Machiavelli was reviled by many for his evilness in the Prince I kind of feel sorry for him, for there is someone who s muchevil than Machiavelli but somehow got away from being totally disgusted by others, because he had won sublime reputation before he showed his truth Yes, I am referring to THE Plato and the Laws.If one insists on claiming that Machiavelli is a scum because he came up with so many treacheries and man The year 2015 went as expected This is the last book of this year.Machiavelli was reviled by many for his evilness in the Prince I kind of feel sorry for him, for there is someone who s muchevil than Machiavelli but somehow got away from being totally disgusted by others, because he had won sublime reputation before he showed his truth Yes, I am referring to THE Plato and the Laws.If one insists on claiming that Machiavelli is a scum because he came up with so many treacheries and maneuverings, this book should settle the issue History makes people wise, but who is it to say that this wisdom is forever morally clean It s not It s almost certainly not the case Read some history and anyone would see it Machiavelli drew his lessons from the past A past that was filled with blood stains, debaucheries, pride, betrayals, battles and discontents Should one be thrown into the era of Renaissance Ita...

  2. says:

    A fascinating history of Florence from one of the greatest political minds in history.

  3. says:

    One of the best written histories of its time despite some factual inaccuracy it is immaculately well written and a must read for the early modern intellectual historian.

  4. says:

    This less famous work of Machiavelli depicts a medieval Florence, a city garnished with both classical vestiges and Renaissance innovations, a city identified with arts and wealth, a city known for a family the Medici family While the book covered the history of Florence from its very Roman beginning, the main discussion begins with the year 1215, when the Guelphs and the Ghibellines went to war Interestingly, 1215 was also the year when the celebrated Magna Carta was signed , and ended in This less famous work of Machiavelli depicts a medieval Florence, a city garnished with both classical vestiges and Renaissance innovations, a city identified with arts and wealth, a city known for a family the Medici family While the book covered the history of Florence from its very Roman beginning, the main discussion begins with the year 1215, when the Guelphs and the Ghibellines went to war Interestingly, 1215 was also the year when the celebrated Magna Carta was signed , and ended in the year 1492, when Lorenzo de Medici, then Lord of Florence, died Interestingly, this event which Machiavelli considered the beginning of the downfall of Florence, happened in the year when Christopher Columbus discovered the Americas Machiavelli is undoubtedly known for his masterpiece, the Prince, which makes it hard for people to look at t...

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here this is a simple direct translation by WK Marriott The English is current, and complicated clausal interrelations are lain smooth Rarely does the reader feel unsure of the author s meaning Not bad for a trade paperback Now to read it in Italian to see how well it s done Not this year.this following quote is not Marriott s but will do just fine to give a sense of the tone overall, it is from some literature network on the internet from Book VI Those who make war have always and very nat this is a simple direct translation by WK Marriott The English is current, and complicated clausal interrelations are lain smooth Rarely does the reader feel unsure of the author s meaning Not bad for a trade paperback Now to read it in Italian to see how well it s done Not this year.this following quote is not Marriott s but will do just fine to give a sense of the tone overall, it is from some literature network on the internet from Book VI Those who make war have always and very naturally designed to en...

  6. says:

    First, it should be noted that this is a political history, and does not address the cultural or arts of the period I liked it and thought it showed the difficulties of governance in an area and era of factions and factions are a significant factor in different parts of the world today Machiavelli s vies is that it is good and healthy to have differences between parties the discus...

  7. says:

    The wisdom that dominates The Prince and The Discourses on Livy merely adorns this text It is received history, reworked from earlier chronicles, with dense narrative and only brief discussions We find here not Machiavelli the political philosopher but Machiavelli the literary stylist In the first half, there are several episodes of high drama the birth of the Guelphs and Ghibellines in petty family squabbles, the defeat of the tyranny of the Duke of Athens, the Revolt of the Ciompi and the The wisdom that dominates The Prince and The Discourses on Livy merely adorns this text It is received history, reworked from earlier chronicles, with dense narrative and only brief discussions We find here not Machiavelli the political philosopher but Machiavelli the literary stylist In the first half, there are several episodes of high drama the birth of the Guelphs and Ghibellines in petty family squabbles, the defeat of the tyranny of the Duke of Athens, the Revolt of the Ciompi and the radical reforms of Michele di Lando, the rise of the Medici.When Cosimo de Medici begins his domination of Florentine politics, Machiavelli broadens his focus to the shifting alliances of northern Italy A numbing series of marches and battles are described, at times humorously There is a barely disguised frustration with t...

  8. says:

    If you only notice human proceedings, you may observe that all who attain great power and riches, make use of either force or fraud and what they have acquired either by deceit or violence, in order to conceal the disgraceful methods of attainment, they endeavor to sanctify with the false title of honest gains Those who either from imprudence or want of sagacity avoid doing so, are always overwhelmed with servitude and poverty for faithful servants are always servants, and honest men are alw If you only notice human proceed...

  9. says:

    Sr Machiavelli got me right from the first paragraph of this book He starts his history of contemporary Florentine History dating from the 1500s by reaching back to recall the Germanic custom of dividing their population into thirds and sending one third of the people out of the land to find and colonize a place of their own, thus relieving overcrowding in the homeland Four centuries later, when Hitler was preaching Lebensraum to the Nazis, did you know he was recalling millenn...

  10. says:

    It s my first book on Florentine history and I know it contains a lot of inaccuracies On itself the read is pretty enjoyable Like all those ancient historians Machiavelli narrated history like stories It containe...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *