Elena Fasano Guarini

Ancora su Giuliano Procacci «modernista»

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  • In this contribution the author partially revises her readings
  • presented on previous occasions
  • of Giuliano Procacci's works on early modern history. She identifies as a specific feature of Procacci's scholarly profile the co-existence of a two-pronged interest: on the one hand (especially at the beginning of his career) towards Italy and Europe in early modern times
  • and
  • on the other &ndash
  • and with the passage of time
  • this becomes prevalent &ndash
  • towards contemporary history. As concerns Procacci the «modernist»
  • the author examines his works on Machiavelli and the first part of his Storia degli italiani
  • in the overall development of the latter
  • she underscores Procacci's attention to the long term historical processes which characterise the life of nations


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