Dante and Governance

Clarendon Press (1997)
A majestic socio-political message underlies Dante's Divine Comedy: how, in a warring Europe, could mankind create a universal peace under which humanity might fully develop its talents? In Dante and Governance, leading scholars in the field discuss major preoccupations reflected in Dante's great poem, ranging from free-will and personal responsibility to Papal power, from popular sovereignty to French imperialism, from royal justice to the role of women
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