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Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°17/2016

Textes et documents au temps des Guerres d'Italie : Alciato, Gagliano, Guicciardini, Machiavel, Sforza


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For the first time, Laboratoire italien publishes a full issue on unknown texts. These five written footsteps of a unique historical moment (the first thirty years of 16th century) are written by actors of the political life of their time and they all include a perception of radical changes that happened in the so-called "Italian Wars" (1494-1559): Philargyrus, an unknown comedy by Alciato; some ricordi included in his “Libro dei debitori e creditori” by Giuliano da Gagliano; few letters about the “Tumulto del Venerdì” (a brief riot against Medici in april 1527, some weeks before the fall of Medici); an unknown and very important autograph text by Machiavel about a a proposal for a constitutional reform (november 1512), and, last but not least, two diplomatic letters written in autumn of 1526 by Francesco II Sforza, duke of Milan.

Jean-Louis Fournel
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Jean-Louis Fournel, Jean-Claude Zancarini
La politique de l'expérience
Savonarole, Guicciardini et le républicanisme florentin


Contributions:

Jean-Louis Fournel, Corinne Lucas Fiorato
Laboratoire italien. Politique et société, n°25/2020
Mots et gestes dans l'Italie de la Renaissance
Words and gestures in Early Modern Italy
This issue explores a little-studied aspect of works about the body: the interactions between the two semiotic systems of verbal language and gesture, an aspect of body language. In their interferences, from the 16th century onwards, a profound transformation of the social and individual functions of the "visibile parlare" took place



Jean-Louis Fournel, Christian Biet
Astérion, n°15/2016
Après la guerre
After the War
This issue deals refers to the exact time when violents conflicts are supposed to end. Usually called «postwar period» and always perceived as problematic, this moment is an unachieved process: we know when it starts but we do not ever know when it really ends.



Jean-Louis Fournel, Romain Descendre
Langages, politique, histoire. Avec Jean-Claude Zancarini
Languages, Politics, History. With Jean-Claude Zancarini
Hors Collection



Jean-Louis Fournel, Jacques Guilhaumou, Jean-Pierre Potier
Libertés et libéralismes
Formation et circulation des concepts
Gouvernement en question(s)
This book acknowledges that there can be no reflection on liberalism without the concept of freedom but that no concept of freedom can be included among the different forms of liberalism. The two words which constitute the subject of this investigation refer to empirical or conceptual realities and a priori different chronologies.



Jean-Louis Fournel, Christian Del Vento



Jean-Louis Fournel, Matteo Palumbo
This special issue, which is intended as an advisory report, analyses the up-heavals brought about in Italian universities by the Covid-19 pandemic, both in educational relationships and in the impact of distance from the space which is usually a hub for university life and the transmission of knowledge.