By John Dewey
Publish 12 months note: First released in 1925
Analysis and review of challenge of information, different structures, formula of legislations, position of language, social elements.
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Extra resources for Experience And Nature
Like many other Italian states, the Florentine government employed condottieri, mercenary military captains not unlike Cesare Borgia. But Florence, especially by the early sixteenth century, had seen its share of failures. Especially problematic was the city of Pisa, which was important to Florence since it was so close to the sea and shared the Arno river, thus facilitating trade and commerce. In the Decennale, Machiavelli says that Florence suffered “four mortal wounds,” three of which, the insurrections of the subject territories Pistoia, Arezzo, and Valdichiana, had been remedied, because Florence had found ways to quell them and retake control.
Soon thereafter its functioning was merged with another governmental organ, called the Ten of Liberty and Peace, known as The Ten. This committee had primary responsibilities for maintaining relations with Florence’s ambassadors. As such, it had a large share, not so much in making foreign policy, but in providing the information on which policy could be made. These years became the happiest of Machiavelli’s life and the most active, as Florence sent him on repeated missions to meet with the city’s friends and enemies.
Names included the Medici of course, along with the Strozzi, the Rucellai, the Salviati, and others. Anti-Medicean ottimati had hoped, after the ouster of Piero de’ Medici in Florence, to set up a republic modeled on Venice: aristocratic, with governance reserved to a closed number of families. The Savonarolan adventure of 1494– 1498, however, had opened the way to a broader notion, as certain governing institutions expanded to include participation 52 Machiavelli by citizens of different classes.
Experience And Nature by John Dewey