Week 5 Notes
Week 5 Notes ITAL 150
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ltal 150 Cultural Legacies ltaly Week 5 Rea d i n gs 0 Sprezzatura Essay 25 0 Preface and Chapters 68 1519 2526 of Machiavei s Prince Lecture October 27th 0 Niccolo Miachiavelli 14691527 and the Renaissance A new political theory to go along with new arts Machiavellian dubious Florence at the End of the Medici Peak 0 signoria Florence39s form of citystate government in which a ruling family dominated 0 Lorenzo d Medici 14941512 a Republic is proclaimed in Florence employing Machiavelli from 1498 until its fall 1512 Machiavelli was dismissed for collaborating with Republic 1513 Machiavelli was tortured and imprisoned The Prince 0 Machiavelli offers to the Medici Prince Lorenzo a book containing the know of the deeds of great men which I have learned from a long experience in modern affairs and a continuous study of antiquity IRR page 260 Two New Engines for Innovation 0 Experienoe Vaohiavei s experience with the politics 0 study Imitation of the vestiges of Greeks and Romans Remember in Medieval Visual Arts imitating nature was not so important Political Theories 0 Medieval Political Theory Specuum principis genre mirror of princes Depicted the ideal prince devout moral altruistic fair just temperate Imagined optimistically 0 Machiavelli s New Political Theory emphasizes how they really are he states there are no frills although Machiavelli says he doesn t want to make his work elaborate he does so in an elaborate manner g i 39 V 1 I 4 i I 39 V i 39 f p n Machiavellian Keywords 0 virt capacities 0 fortune unpredictabe Persuasion Techniques 0 Procedures 0 Rhetorical Devices lots of evidence Lecture October 29th 0 Surprising Claims by Machiavelli Generosity leads to politicalsocial disadvantages IRR page 276 Better to be feared than loved IRR page 277 What makes people follow a leader is whatever serves an individual s personal interest You can fight with brain or force If it s good for the prince it s good for the people 9 k A A lt2 7 quot r ta 5 quot 39 v Chapter 14 0 a prince therefore must have no other object or thought nor must he adopt anything as his art but war its institutions and its discipline because that is the only art befitting one who commands 50 0 llust train himself for war through physical exercise 51 and by study 52 Elements influencing political outcomes virta ability 0 Fortuna chance 0 Occasione opportunity Rhetorical Devices Employed 0 Analogy 0 Extended metaphor 0 Binary opposites 0 Controlled redundancy 0 Calculated lexical repetition 0 Calculated surprise 0 Paradox 0 Aphorism 94 0 T W0 rd 393 ay
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