Dante and Governance
The essays in this volume, all by leading scholars in the field, explore the concept of governance, both internal and external, in the work of Dante. The essays include an examination of Florence as an example of a city which disrupts all civilizing ideals, along with studies on the relationships between politics and theology, and citizenship and morality, as well as the role of the intellectual in the politics of Italy and Empire, popular sovereignty, Dante's attitude to the Popes, the French dimension in Dante's politics, and his imagery of Empire.
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