By Cassell, Anthony Kimber; Vernani, Guido; Dante Alighieri, Dante Alighieri
The Monarchia Controversy presents either the history to the imperial and ecclesiastical machinations that drove Dante Alighieri to start penning the Monarchia in 1318 and in addition the next heritage of the efforts by means of papal experts to prohibit the ebook after the writer's dying. Dante's political treatise at the Empire and the Papacy used to be indexed via the Church within the Index Librorum Prohibitorum in 1564, and it was once got rid of in basic terms in 1881. Anthony Cassell's account of the Monarchia's genesis is either compelling and inspiring, particularly within the descriptions of the intransigence of Dante's proponents and antagonists. whereas prior students have considered Dante's treatise as peacefully divorced from its occasions, Cassell exhibits that Dante's pose of calm authority above the fray was once right now conventional, forensic, brave, and hard-won.
Cassell examines in shut element Dante's kin to his purchaser Can Grande della Scala, Pope John XXII's makes an attempt to strip Can Grande of his privileges, the pertinent traditions of canon legislations, the tradition of latest political and ecclesiastical publicists, the paintings of formal logicians, and the causes of Dante's first autopsy opponent, Friar Guido Vernani. the writer lines the treatise's reception via and past the 1st censorship and public burning that it suffered in Bologna from Cardinal Bertrand du Poujet in 1328, and the failure of Bertrand's risk to incinerate the author too may still his mortal is still be chanced on.
To rfile the historical past, Cassell offers a clean, annotated translation of the Monarchia, including the 1st English models of Guido Vernani's refutation of Dante's Monarchia (1329), and Pope John XXII's bull Si fratrum of 1316-17, which sparked the situation. Cassell's quantity will curiosity not just the overall reader yet students in lots of fields, reminiscent of medieval philosophy, heritage and theology, canon legislations, ecclesiastical background (especially Ockham and Marsilius of Padua studies), medieval Latin, Italian and Comparative Literature.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Anthony ok. Cassell is Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature on the collage of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. the previous affiliate editor of Dante reviews, Cassell is the writer, editor, or translator of various works, together with Diana's Hunt (Caccia di Diana): Boccaccio's First Fiction, Lectura Dantis Americana: Inferno, and The Corbaccio.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK:
"[T]he longest and such a lot complex examine but of the Monarchia controversy. . . . The prose of [Cassell's] essays is lucid and witty, whereas his notes are a labyrinthine mine of knowledge for the complex pupil, who will particularly delight in the updated and thorough bibliographical references. . . . [T[his is the simplest booklet on Vernani and the Monarchia controversy."―Richard Kay, Catholic old Review
"In this handsomely produced examine Cassell has in impact given us a casebook on Dante's political idea. . . . The scholarship is all through at the maximum point. Cassell's bibliography is very wealthy: a comparably obtainable trove of pertinent, well-organized details in English in regards to the politics, legislation, and theology of the 1st many years of the fourteenth century in Italy will be demanding to discover. The documentation is as a minimum greater than enough, and lots of of the footnotes are in impact short articles in themselves."―Ronald L. Martinez, Speculum
"Cassell's e-book furnishes fabrics that, whereas most likely essential to a in charge studying of the paintings, are very hardly ever provided in loads richness of aspect and with this type of enterprise seize in their import. Cassell's contribution is significant."―Prof. Ronald L. Martinez, Brown University
"Anthony Cassell's ebook is a magisterial version of Dante's political treatise, and it comes at
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Extra info for The Monarchia controversy : an historical study with accompanying translations of Dante Alighieri's Monarchia, Guido Vernani's Refutation of the Monarchia composed by Dante and Pope John XXII's bull, Si fratrum
67 In the first decade after the Monarchia’s appearance, its relative moderation and traditional arguments had prompted little attention; only by its exploitation after the divulgation of Marsiglio’s Defensor pacis (), the ludicrous travesty of the coronations, and the installment of an antipope, was the Monarchia rocketed into notoriety. ” In the first version of the Trattatello in laude di Dante, Boccaccio recounts the events as he had learned of them: This book [the Monarchia] was condemned several years after the death of the author, by Lord Beltrando, Cardinal del Poggetto and papal legate in the regions of Lombardy during the pontificate of John XXII.
Dedication ), even blithely and capriciously ignoring the times when the poet meticulously adheres to the methods, thought, and distinctions of the authorities he employs. In dialectic, exercised as lively disputatio, the aim of participants, following strict, obligatory norms, was to continue debate, to find inconsistencies, and to make wrangling distinctions ad infinitum. In every field dialectic became vitriolic: polemicists scored points by attending to abstractions often quite divorced from concrete experience.
The state thus has a positive role: the goals of nature and grace concur. 20 Like the latter, in Thomas’s wake, Dante also turns Augustine’s negative interpretation of history in The City of God against itself. l. I judged that they had obtained this not de jure but merely by force of arms. 22 History is for the poet—and thus central to his project of the Monarchia, and especially of book —a record of God’s positive intervention to bring peace to the world in the fullness of time. Christ put his seal upon Rome’s authority by his birth, by his enrollment in the census, and by his submission to its judges (Mon.