On the government of rulers : De regimine principum

Ptolemy of Lucca ; with portions attributed to Thomas Aquinas ; translated by James M. Blythe

Ptolemy, considered a proto-Humanist by some, combined the principles of Northern Italian republicanism with Aristotelian theory in his De Regimine Principum, a book that influenced much of the political thought of the later Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the early modern period. He was the first to attack kingship as despotism and to draw parallels between ancient Greek models of mixed constitution and the Roman Republic, biblical rule, the Church, and medieval government. In addition to his translation of this important and radical medieval political treatise, written around 1300, James M. Blythe includes a sixty-page introduction to the work and provides over 1200 footnotes that trace Ptolemy's sources, explain his references, and comment on the text, the translation, the context, and the significance.

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書名 On the government of rulers : De regimine principum
著作者等 Bartholomew, of Lucca
Blythe, James M.
Thomas Aquinas, Saint
Aquinas Saint Thomas
Lucca Ptolemy of
書名別名 De regimine principum
シリーズ名 Middle Ages series
出版元 PENN, University of Pennsylvania Press
刊行年月 c1997
ページ数 x, 310 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0812233700
NCID BA32848878
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言語 英語
原文言語 ラテン語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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