Fadrique Furi? Ceriol's Machiavellian vocabulary of contingency

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TitleFadrique Furi? Ceriol's Machiavellian vocabulary of contingency Author(S)KEITH DAVID HOWARD (Author)
Abstract  Over two decades ago Helena Puigdomenech demonstrated that Niccol? Machiavelli's political treatises circulated openly in Spain for roughly thirty years in the second half of the sixteenth century. Despite the Roman Index of 1559, Machiavelli was not prohibited in Spain until Quiroga's Index of 1583. Soon after this date, Machiavelli's fortune in Spain would become inevitably linked to the Spanish anti-Machiavellian tradition, which Pedro de Ribadeneyra inaugurated with his Tratado de la Religion y Virtudes que deue tener el Principe Christiano, first published in 1595, and which lasted throughout the first half of the seventeenth century. The question of what Spaniards took out of their reading of Machiavelli continues unanswered. ...Paginationp 641-637
SubjectEurope -- HistoryDescriptorsRenaissance
Journal TitleRenaissance studies: Journal of the Society for Renaissance Studies  
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