Machiavelli’s Summary of the Affairs of the City of Lucca: Venice as buon governo

@article{Suchowlansky2016MachiavellisSO,
  title={Machiavelli’s Summary of the Affairs of the City of Lucca: Venice as buon governo},
  author={Mauricio Suchowlansky},
  journal={Intellectual History Review},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={429 - 445}
}
In recent years, Niccolò Machiavelli’s historical and political writings from the 1520s have attracted increased attention. Students of Machiavelli coming from a wide range of interpretive approaches have suggested that these late texts – most forcefully the Florentine Histories and the Discourse on Florentine Affairs After the Death of the Younger Lorenzo de’ Medici – reveal a transformation in political reflection that had previously gone unrecognized. Machiavelli’s late works, these scholars… Expand
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