Amanti e regine. Il potere delle donne by Benedetta Craveri

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Those examples from Guicciardini’s Considerazioni may indicate that he understood the “verita effettuale,” where Machiavelli was deluded. According to Guicciardini, the very idea that a dictatorial lawgiver would resign his office after unification, was little more than wishful thinking. It seems that Machiavelli was speaking about things as they were in his imagination, not as they were in reality and Guicciardini was not about to let him get away with it. That said, however, Guicciardini’s use of patria is not altogether different fiom Machiavelli’s use thereof.

53Machiavelli continued with the discourse on dictatorships: One sees that as long as the Dictatorship was given by public order, and not by his own authority, that it was always good for the city. 54 Machiavelli made a clear distinction between Caesar-the tyrant-and the appointed office of dictator. 55 Again, Machiavelli specifies that the dictator’s role is necessary, yet limited by duty to the republic and to his patria: the exact opposite of a tyrant who spurns the rule of law, the common good and the patria for his own selfish interests.

This continuity is limited, but it is important because it is provided by the term patria. What one may find from further investigation into the term patria in the Discorsi, is that it not only occurs with greater frequency, but that given the republican nature of the Discorsi, one should expect it to be linked with words that encourage or exhort citizens to promote or protect the “bene ~ o m u n e . ” ~ ~ Most often-seven times-as the compendium in the Appendix illustrates, Machiavelli cited actions which were ccc~ntrO” the good or survival of the patria.

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