The History And Adventures Of The Renowned Don Quixote

Autore: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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Tus Obras Los Rincones De La Tierra Descubren

Autore: Asociación de Cervantistas. Congreso Internacional
Editore: Centro Estudios Cervantinos
ISBN: 9788496408517
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L Ingegnoso Idalgo Don Chisciotte Della Mancia Tradotto Da Bartolomeo Gamba Ed Ora Riveduto Da Francesco Ambrosoli Edizione Illustrata

Autore: Miguel Cervantes di Saavedra
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Vita Di Don Chisciotte E Sancio Panza

Autore: Miguel de Unamuno
Editore: Pearson Italia S.p.a.
ISBN: 9788842498841
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Collected Papers Ii

Autore: A. Schutz
Editore: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401013403
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Elsewhere 1 we were concerned with fundamental aspects of the question how man can comprehend his fellow-men. We analyzed man's subjective experiences of the Other and found in them the basis for his understanding of the Other's subjective processes of consciousness. The very assumption of the existence of the Other, however, introduces the dimension of intersub jectivity. The world is experienced by the Self as being inhabited by other Selves, as being a world for others and of others. As we had occasion to point out, intersubjective reality is by no means homogeneous. The social world in which man finds himself exhibits a complex structure; fellow-men appear to the Self under different aspects, to which correspond different cognitive styles by which the Self perceives and apprehends the Other's thoughts, motives, and actions. In the present investigation it will be our main task to describe the origin of the differentiated structures of social reality as well as to reveal the principles underlying its unity and coherence. It must be stressed that careful description of the processes which enable one man to understand another's thoughts and actions is a prerequisite for the methodology of the empirical social sciences. The question how a scientific interpretation of human action is possible can be resolved only if an adequate • From: De, sinnha/te A II/ball tler sowuen WeU, Vienna, 1932; 2nd ed. 1960 (Sektion IV: Strukturanalyse der Sozialwelt, Soziale Umwelt, Mitwelt, Vorwelt, English adaptation by Professor Thomas Luckmann.

Italy And The European Union

Autore: Federiga Bindi
Editore: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 9780815705093
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Federiga Bindi provides, for the first time, an in-depth analysis of Italy's role within the European Union (EU) in this inaugural volume of a book series published jointly by the Brookings Institution Press and the Scuola Superiore della Pubblica Amministrazione (Italian National School of Public Administration, or SSPA). Italy and the European Union relates in detail the historical, cultural, and sociological factors that have led to Italy's incomplete "Europeanization," or full integration, within the EU. It also brings the reader up-to-date on the steps taken by the country's leaders to improve Italy's standing and become a more effective member in the organization it helped to found. Discussing the author's extensive research, The Economist notes.... "Federiga Bindi identified a number of barriers to an effective European policy in Italy: a high turnover of governments; coalition partners with conflicting aims; the failure of bureaucrats to learn from other member states; and politicians' lack of interest in Europe... recently however, she found that matters had improved. An interdepartmental body for the coordination of EU policies has been created, Parliament operates an effective scrutiny system..., the administration has learnt to learn from others. But the other problems remain, and they are formidable. Her study ends on an exasperated note: 'Italy appears to be stuck in the age of the Guelphs and the Ghibellines, in which the victory of one faction over another is what counts, and the fact that this may be damaging to the country matters little.'" —from The Economist, July 31, 2010

Don Chisciotte E Il Problema Della Realt

Autore: Alfred Schütz
Editore: Armando Editore
ISBN: 9788871445557
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Autore: Luigi Pulci
Editore: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253214072
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Now in paperback! Morgante The Epic Adventures of Orlando and His Giant Friend Morgante Luigi Pulci Translated by Joseph Tusiani Introduction and Notes by Edoardo A. Lèbano "Pulci's Morgante is a multilayered text... so rich in witticisms, ribaldry, and word games that it has defied accurate rendering into English. Tusiani, an experienced and effective translator and poet, has met the challenge with a fluid contemporary version, effectively conveying the tempo of the original as well as its comic verve." --F. A. Bassanese, Choice "Luigi Pulci, with Joseph Tusiani's translation and Edoardo A. Lèbano's commentary, has entered the pantheon of Italian epic poetry translated into English thus far infabited only by his three Italian followers: Matteo Maria Boiardo, Ludovico Ariosto, and Torquato Tasso."--Dino S. Cervigni, Italian Quarterly "A reference work that no scholar of the Italian Renaissance can afford to ignore. Lèbano has done justice to Tusiani's text and Tusiani has done justice to Pulci's masterpiece." --Gaetano Cipolla, Annali d'Italianistica A classic picaresque epic detailing the thrilling exploits of Orlando, Morgante is a tale of war and of the calamities that befall the romantic hero, his fellow knights, and their sovereign, Charlemagne. Orlando encounters the fierce Morgante and converts him; the giant then becomes his squire and trusted companion. This long-awaited annotated English translation will lead to a new appreciation of Luigi Pulci's singular epic masterpiece and a reassessment of the author's influence on modern English literature. Luigi Pulci (1432-1484) has been called the first Romantic poet after Dante. Admired by Lord Byron, Pulci was a major influence on the English Romantic poets. He was born in Florence to a noble family and was a member of the literary circle of his friend Lorenzo de Medici. Joseph Tusiani is Distinguished Service Professor (retired) at The City University of New York. His other translations include The Complete Poems of Michelangelo, Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered and Creation of the World, Boccaccio's Nymphs of Fiesole, Leopardi's Canti, and Dante's Lyric Poems. He is also author of several collections of verse in English, Italian, and Latin. Edoardo A. Lèbano, Professor of French and Italian at Indiana University, has published on Luigi Pulci's culture and works. Indiana Masterpiece Editions