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Girolamo Donzellini on Anger: Managing Emotions between Inquisition Trials  (2012)

Authors:
ALESSANDRO ARCANGELI
Title:
Girolamo Donzellini on Anger: Managing Emotions between Inquisition Trials
Year:
2012
Type of item:
Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)
Tipologia ANVUR:
Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)
Language:
Inglese
Format:
A Stampa
Book Title:
Late Medieval and Early Modern Religious Dissents: Conflicts and Plurality in Renaissance Europe
Publisher:
Edizioni Il Campano Arnus University Books
ISBN:
9788865281420
Page numbers:
58-77
Keyword:
Girolamo Donzellini, anger, history of emotions
Short description of contents:
Religion is relevant in many ways to the study of the historical construction, expression and perception of passions. Medieval theologians have developed some of the vocabulary and categories most influential in the West. But what about a sixteenth-century learned Latin treatise on anger written by an Italian physician who, within merely two years, will be drowned after a trial before the Venetian Inquisition? Since that was not his first encounter with that tribunal, how much did his personal troubles affect his choice of a subject and way of treating it? Was he expecting, by writing, to influence any future reconsiderations of his orthodoxy  and can we assess whether he actually did in any direction?
Product ID:
75155
Handle IRIS:
11562/479749
Deposited On:
November 22, 2012
Last Modified:
November 2, 2016
Bibliographic citation:
ALESSANDRO ARCANGELI, Girolamo Donzellini on Anger: Managing Emotions between Inquisition Trials Late Medieval and Early Modern Religious Dissents: Conflicts and Plurality in Renaissance EuropeEdizioni Il Campano Arnus University Books2012pp. 58-77

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