Giuseppe Mazzini

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Italian nationalist whose writings spurred the movement for a unified and independent Italy (1805-1872)


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23) Giuseppe Mazzini, << Fratellanza dei popoli >>, dans idem, Scritti editi e inediti, vol.
Este triunvirato lo constituian Giuseppe Mazzini (1808-1872) (55), Carlo Armellini (1777-1863) (56), abogado y erudito que se habia desempenado asimismo como ministro del interior y el conde Aurelio Saffi (1819-1890) (57), noble, lider de los liberales en la Romagna.
While in Rome in 1847, she became involved in the revolution led by Giuseppe Mazzini to unify Italy and drive out the French and the Austrians who had been dominating the peninsula for generations.
While Giuseppe Mazzini (1895-72) is well remembered as a leading figure of the Italian Risorgimento (the political consolidation of the modern Italian state), the importance and influence of his political writings on democracy, national self-determination, and other issues has been not as well understood in the Anglo-American world, perhaps because many of his most seminal writings have never been translated into English.
In light of the global triumph of the nation-state, it is puzzling that so many thinkers in the West, on both sides of the Atlantic, seek to sever the connection that Giuseppe Mazzini, John Stuart Mill, and Woodrow Wilson beheld between democracy and the demos defined as the nation.
Born in Odessa, he lived for some years as a young man in Italy, and his heroes were the leaders of contemporary Italian nationalism: the ideologue Giuseppe Mazzini and the fighter Giuseppe Garibaldi.
Rather, it was the result of a deliberate political strategy planned by the nationalist leader Giuseppe Mazzini, and implemented by him and a group of talented publicists.
Of these, two relate to German authors, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Heinrich Heine, one to the Italian patriot, Giuseppe Mazzini and another to the American novelist, Henry lames.
A good example is the generous selection by Emilie Ashurst Venturi, Swinburne's fellow supporter of Italian unification and co-worshipper of the Italian revolutionary and patriot Giuseppe Mazzini.
Miembro de una rica familia de comerciantes que lo ve con malos ojos, y a contracorriente de los embalsamadores de moda, Marini revoluciona su profesion mediante tecnicas que nunca acepta revelar y por ende se van con el a la tumba, como ocurre en el caso de otros colegas: el holandes Frederik Ruysch, que momifico al almirante Berkley; el italiano Paolo Gorini, que hizo lo mismo con el patriota Giuseppe Mazzini, y el espanol Pedro Ara, que se nego a "reparar" el cuerpo de Lenin.
The philosophy of Giuseppe Mazzini, the father of Italian unity, exercised a powerful influence on Welsh thinkers.
As might be expected, the book begins with an examination of the legal vocabulary of slavery (terms such as schiavo, servus, and ancilla), but also explores the personal names given to slaves, indirect sources of the slaves' own words, and the learned and literary stories and reflections traced forward to Giuseppe Mazzini and the Italian Antislavery Society (founded in 1903), even to Gramsci.
Friend of Giuseppe Mazzini and Adam Mickiewicz, she was cast as the exotic feminist Zenobia in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Blithedale Romance.
After the failure of the Roman Republic in 1849, a significant number of Italy's political and intellectual elite, most prominently Giuseppe Mazzini, took up residence in London and continued to work toward Italian sovereignty.