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Published by Van Gorcum in Assen, Netherlands .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Venice (Italy),
  • Netherlands,
  • Italy,
  • Venice

Subjects:

  • Republicanism -- Italy -- Venice -- History -- 17th century.,
  • Republicanism -- Netherlands -- History -- 17th century.,
  • Venice (Italy) -- Politics and government -- 1508-1797.,
  • Netherlands -- Politics and government -- 1556-1648.,
  • Netherlands -- Politics and government -- 1648-1714.,
  • Netherlands -- Civilization -- Venetian influences.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementEco O.G. Haitsma Mulier ; translated by Gerard T. Moran.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDG678.31 .M84 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 237 p. :
Number of Pages237
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3806100M
ISBN 109023217810
LC Control Number81111674

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haitsma Mulier, E.O.G., Myth of Venice and Dutch republican thought in the seventeenth century. The myth of Venice and Dutch republican thought in the seventeenth century. Assen, Netherlands: Van Gorcum. MLA Citation. Haitsma Mulier, E. O. G. The myth of Venice and Dutch republican thought in the seventeenth century / Eco O.G. Haitsma Mulier ; translated by Gerard T. Moran Van Gorcum Assen, Netherlands Australian/Harvard Citation. [20] See E. O. G. Haitsma Mulier, The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the Seventeenth Century (Assen: Van Gorcum, ), –30; – [21] Johan and Pieter de la Court were cloth manufacturers and tradesmen in Leiden. studies have been published on the significance of Venice in the age of the lyEco O.G. Haitsma Mulier has published an ex­ cellent book on The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the Seventeenth Centur/; .

On the de la Courts’ influence on Spinoza, see the analysis in E. O. G. Haitsma Mulier, The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the Seventeenth Century Cited by: 4. E-BOOK EXCERPT. Gasparo Contarini () was a major protagonist in the Counter-Reformation of the sixteenth century. A worldly Venetian patrician, he later became an ascetic advocate of Church reform and, as a Catholic cardinal, was sent to the important Colloquy of Regensburg. seventeenth-century English republican thought. Traditionally, that scholarship has placed considerable emphasis on the influence of ancient and classical models, with a particular focus on the texts of Plato, Aristotle, Polybius, Cicero and Livy. By analysing the thought of. 20n the Myth being strongest in England, see Eco 0. G. Haitsma Mulier, The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the Seventeenth Century, tr. Gerald T. Moran (Assen, i) 54, and Zera S. Fink, The Classical Republicans: An Essay in the Recovery of a Pattern of Thought in Seventeenth Century England, Northwestern Univ. Studies in the.

The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the Seventeenth Century (Assen: Van Gorcum). Hakewill, William (). The Libertie of the Subject (London). For Dutch attitudes, see Eco Haitsma Mulier, The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the Seventeenth Century (Assen, ). 5 In Books II, III, V, VII, . The book is an excellent work of scholarship that is sensitive to the nuances of the tradition in which Machiavelli was writing and the settled assumptions he sought to overturn.' Venice and the Defense of Republican Liberty: Renaissance Values in the Age of the The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the Seventeenth Century Author: John P. McCormick. The Barnabotti were a class of impoverished nobility found in the Venetian Republic towards the end of the Republican period. The term Barnabotti derives form the fact that the group met and lived in the zone of the Campo San Barnaba. The presence of these nobles in this area is attested by toponyms such Casìn dei Nobili, used to describe certain gambling houses.