Machiavelli beyond Republicanism: Politics, Philosophy, and Language offers a partial and even partisan reading of Machiavelli, whose thought continues to divide interpreters, forcing them to confront their responsibility as contemporary thinkers in a global society.
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Filippo Del Lucchese is senior lecturer in History of Political Thought at Brunel University, London, senior research associate, University of Johannesburg, and chair at the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris. His research interests are in the early modern period (from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment), history of philosophy and Marxism.Fabio Frosini is a lecturer in the History of Philosophy at the University of Urbino. His research interests include Renaissance philosophy and culture, Marxist thought, and political philosophy. His most recent books areDa Gramsci a Marx: Ideologia, verità e politica (DeriveApprodi, 2009), La religione dell’uomo moderno: Verità e politica nei Quaderni del carcere di Antonio Gramsci (Carocci, 2010) andVita, tempo e linguaggio (1508–1510): Lettura Vinciana (Giunti , 2011). Vittorio Morfino is a lecturer in the History of Philosophy at the Università di Milano-Bicocca and has been visiting professor at the USP (São Paulo) and at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He is the author ofIl tempo e l'occasione: L’incontro Spinoza Machiavelli (LED, 2002, Paris 2012),Incursioni spinoziste (Mimesis, 2002) as well as recently published the English volume,Plural Temporality: Transindividuality and the Aleatory between Spinoza and Althusser (Brill, 2014).Review:
"These papers cohere very well, often speaking to each other and sometimes disagreeing. They underscore the truism that The Prince remains a battlefield and that no consensus on it is likely ever to be reached. But these papers, with their carefully constructed arguments, extensive documentation, and nuanced evaluations, as well as their forty-seven pages of bibliography, do much to clear away old smoke." - John H. Geerken (Scripps College, emeritus), in Renaissance Quarterly, vol. LXX, no. 2 (summer 2017)
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Book Description Brill, Netherlands, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Multilingual. Language: French,Italian,English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In The Radical Machiavelli: Politics, Philosophy and Language, some of the finest Machiavellian scholars explore the Florentine s thought five hundred years after the composition of his masterpiece, The Prince. Their analysis, however, goes past The Prince, extending to Machiavelli s entire corpus and shining new light on his political, historical, and military works, with a special focus on their heritage in modern Marxist thought, the arena in which they reverberate most profoundly and originally. Rather than a neutral, comprehensive, and safe interpretation, this book offers a partial and even partisan reading of Machiavelli, the 16th-century thinker who continues to divide scholars and interpreters, forcing them to confront their responsibility as contemporary thinkers in a global society where Machiavelli s ideas and the issues they address still matter. Contributors are: Etienne Balibar, Banu Bargu, Jeremie Barthas, Thomas Berns, Alison Brown, Filippo Del Lucchese, Romain Descendre, Jean-Louis Fournel, Fabio Frosini, Giorgio Inglese, Mikko Lahtinen, Jacques Lezra, John P. McCormick, Warren Montag, Vittorio Morfino, Mohamed Moulfi, Gabriele Pedulla, Tania Rispoli, Peter D. Thomas, Sebastian Torres, Miguel Vatter, Stefano Visentin, Yves Winter, and Jean-Claude Zancarini. Bookseller Inventory # TNP9789004287679
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