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Jon R. Snyder
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Discussing many canonical and lesser-known works, Jon R. Snyder examines the treatment of dissimulation in early modern treatises and writings on the court, civility, moral philosophy, political theory, and in the visual arts. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate

Discussing many canonical and lesser-known works, Jon R. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Identification, Deception, and Surveillance in Early Modern Europe (Zone Books). Snyder brings all these issues to new life in this deft and powerful book. ―Giuseppe Mazzotta, author of The New Map of the World: the Poetic Philosophy of Giambattista Vico.

For many inhabitants of early modern Europe, dissimulation was a compelling-and often disturbingfeature of their lives, precisely because there was no way to detect with certainty its presence or absence in the world around them: it was at once everywhere and nowhere, and th. .

For many inhabitants of early modern Europe, dissimulation was a compelling-and often disturbingfeature of their lives, precisely because there was no way to detect with certainty its presence or absence in the world around them: it was at once everywhere and nowhere, and the dissimulator was like an evanescent homo bulla who would vanish into thin air without a trace, if one. were to come too close.

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By Jon R. Published in the November 4, 2009 Issue. 0. Send a response to inbox. University of California Press) The art of dissimulation, practiced widely in early modern Europe, allowed princes, aristocrats, and commoners alike to disguise or silence their most intimate thoughts and emotions. On both a personal and a political level, dissimulation was critical for those who could not risk revealing their inner lives

Dissimulation and the culture of secrecy in early modern Europe

Dissimulation and the culture of secrecy in early modern Europe. Larvatus prodeo," announced René Descartes at the beginning of the seventeenth century: "I come forward, masked. Discussing many canonical and lesser-known works, Jon R.

Dissimulation was often used to displace emotions in late medieval and early modern discourses around correct . Over deze verborgen en vergeten kunst gaat Jon R. Snyders Dissimulation and the Culture of Secrecy in Early Modern Europe.

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Dissimulation and the Culture of Secrecy in Early Modern Europe: ISBN 9780520274631 (978-0-520-27463-1) Softcover, University of California Press, 2012. Founded in 1997, BookFinder

Dissimulation and the Culture of Secrecy in Early Modern Europe: ISBN 9780520274631 (978-0-520-27463-1) Softcover, University of California Press, 2012. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Jon R. Snyder at LibraryThing.

“Larvatus prodeo,” announced René Descartes at the beginning of the seventeenth century: “I come forward, masked.” Deliberately disguising or silencing their most intimate thoughts and emotions, many early modern Europeans besides Descartes-princes, courtiers, aristocrats and commoners alike-chose to practice the shadowy art of dissimulation. For men and women who could not risk revealing their inner lives to those around them, this art of incommunicativity was crucial, both personally and politically. Many writers and intellectuals sought to explain, expose, justify, or condemn the emergence of this new culture of secrecy, and from Naples to the Netherlands controversy swirled for two centuries around the powers and limits of dissimulation, whether in affairs of state or affairs of the heart. This beautifully written work crisscrosses Europe, with a special focus on Italy, to explore attitudes toward the art of dissimulation in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Discussing many canonical and lesser-known works, Jon R. Snyder examines the treatment of dissimulation in early modern treatises and writings on the court, civility, moral philosophy, political theory, and in the visual arts.