Censura ecclesiastica e cultura politica in Italia tra Cinquecento e Seicento
2001, cm 18 x 25,5, iv-236 pp.
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A collection of contributions by some of the most famous experts on a theme of remarkable historical importance that the recent opening to scholars of the Roman archives of the Inquisition and the Index has placed as the focal point of a renewed undertaking of research and reflection. In general the essays face specific problems ranging from theorizing the right to censor to questions relating to science and Jews, to particularly significant cases on the works of some of the greatest intellectuals such as J. Bodin, F. Giorgio and C. Du Moulin.