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Discourse on Reforming the Government of Florence

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Subject: Timeline of Niccolò Machiavelli, On the method of dealing with the Rebellious Peoples of Valdichiana, Discourse about the Provision of Money, Clizia, The First Decade (poem)
Collection: 1520 Books, Works by Niccolò MacHiavelli
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Discourse on Reforming the Government of Florence

The Discourse on Reforming the Government of Florence (Italian: Discorso sopra il riformare lo stato di Firenze) is a 1520 work by Italian Renaissance political scientist and writer Niccolò Machiavelli.[1][2]


  1. ^ Silvia Ruffo-Fiore, Niccolò Machiavelli, Twayne's World Author Series (1982), pg.174 ISBN 0-8057-6499-2
  2. ^ Dante L. Germino, Machiavelli to Marx, University of Chicago Press (1979), pg.24 ISBN 0-226-28850-1

Further reading

  • in Italian, Bibliotheca PhilosophicaDiscourseFull Text of the

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