Rhetoric and embodiment in Machiavelli's \"Discorsi\" II/II.

Matthew. Richards
This thesis offers an alternative way to read Machiavelli's Discorsi. As such, it is not a dialectical work; it does not concern itself with undermining or refuting a given position. Rather it introduces a new model with which to understand Machiavelli's writing and thought. A popular view of Machiavelli is that which claims this author to be the founder of modernity. Scholars such as Robert Hariman, in his excellent "Composing Modernity in Machiavelli's Prince." (1989),...
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