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Author: Romain Descendre
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Title: L'Etat du Monde: Giovanni Botero entre raison d'Etat et geopolitique (Cahiers D'humanisme Et Renaissance) (French Edition)
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Publisher: Librairie Droz S.A. (December 31, 2009)
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L'Etat du Monde: Giovanni Botero entre raison d'Etat et geopolitique (Cahiers D'humanisme Et Renaissance) (French Edition) by Romain Descendre



Botero, Giovanni, 1540-1617. Della ragion di Stato. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book L'état du monde : Giovanni Botero entre raison d'état et géopolitique, Romain Descendre.

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Giovanni Botero entre raison d'Etat et géopolitique (Cahiers d'Humanisme et Renaissance, vol. 87) by Romain Descendre. Giovanni Botero entre raison d'Etat et géopolitique (Cahiers d'Humanisme et Renaissance, vol. 87) by Romain Descendre (pp. 485-490). Rabelais et l'intertexte platonicien (Etudes rabelaisiennes 47) by Romain Menini. Rabelais et l'intertexte platonicien (Etudes rabelaisiennes 47) by Romain Menini (pp. 503-505).

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More recently Romain Descendre has brought Botero to the attention of French scholarship: most notably with Romain Descendre, L’État du monde: Giovanni Botero entre raison d’état et géopolitique (Geneva, 2009). 3 Giovanni Botero, Della Ragion di Stato Libri Dieci, Con Tre Libri delle Cause della Grandezza, e Magnificenza della Città (Venice: Giovanni II & Giovanni Paolo Giolito de Ferrari, 1589). Botero was also the first to use the term in a book title: Harro Höpfl, Jesuit Political Thought: The Society of Jesus and the State, . 540–1630 (Cambridge, 2004), p. 84.

On Botero see now Romain DESCENDRE, L'Etat du Monde: Giovanni Botero entre raison d'Etat et géopolitique, Geneva: Droz, 2009; Harald E. BRAUN, Knowledge and Counsel in Giovanni Botero’s Ragion di stato, Journal of Jesuit Studies, 4 (2), 2017, p. 270-89. 10 I am not able to relate Mariana and De rege to the wider European and Spanish debates connecting Tacitus, Machiavelli and razón de estado (a term which Machiavelli never used, but with which he became associated). 27 On this point, see the work of Pierre LEGENDRE, for instance, Le Désir politique de Dieu. tude sur les montages de l'État et du droit, Paris: Fayard, 1988. 28 For contexts and themes of Suárez political philosophy, also further literature, see HÖPFL, Jesuit Political Thought.

L'Etat du Monde : Giovanni Botero entre raison d'Etat et géopolitique. Etudes de Philologie et d'Histoire. Giovanni Botero enlarged the field of political thought in the sixteenth century by developing questions that would later be central to the social sciences : territory, population, circulation of wealth, and the geography of power. As a member of the Roman Curia, Botero's intention was the establishment of an alternative Catholic political and juridical doctrine, proposing efficient governmental tools while maintaining states in strict dependence of ecclesiastical authority. By (author) Romain DESCENDRE. Collection Etudes de Philologie et d'Histoire.

G. Botero enlarged the field of political thought in the sixteenth century by developing questions that would later be central to the social sciences: territory, population, circulation of wealth, and the geography of power. As a member of the Roman Curia, Botero's intention was the establishment of an alternative Catholic political and juridical doctrine, proposing efficient governmental tools while maintaining states in strict dependence of ecclesiastical authority. In the wake of Machiavelli, Botero's work redefined the notion of power, drawing the State's strength from urban, demographic, economic and geographic dynamics, and offering a political and religious portrait of the Church in an age of Catholic globalization. R. Descendre's monograph demonstrates that early modern political thought helped give birth to the social sciences. French text.