University of Virginia Library

Search this document 
Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
170 occurrences of ideology
[Clear Hits]
  
  

expand sectionV. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionII. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionVII. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionIV. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
109  expand sectionV. 
29  expand sectionV. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionIII. 
expand sectionII. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionII. 
expand sectionVII. 
expand sectionI. 
expand sectionI. 
collapse sectionIII. 
  
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionVI. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionVII. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionV. 
expand sectionV. 

170 occurrences of ideology
[Clear Hits]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

David Bohm, Causality and Chance in Modern Physics
(Princeton, 1957). V. Cioffari, Fortune and Fate from
Democritus to St. Thomas Aquinas
(New York, 1935); idem,
The Conception of Fortune and Fate in the Works of Dante
(Cambridge, Mass., 1940); idem, Fortune in Dante's Four-
teenth Century Commentators
(Cambridge, Mass., 1944). A.
Doren, Fortuna im Mittelalter und in der Renaissance, in
Vorträge der Bibliothek Warburg, 1922-23, Vol. I (Berlin and
Leipzig, 1924). K. Heitmann, Fortuna und Virtus. Eine
Studie zu Petrarcas Lebensweisheit
(Cologne, 1957). C. W.
Kerr, “The Idea of Fortune in Italian Humanism from
Petrarch to Machiavelli” (Ph.D. diss., Harvard University,
1956). E. W. Mayer, Machiavellis Geschichtsauffassung und
sein Begriff virtù
(Munich and Berlin, 1912). M. Santoro,
Fortuna, ragione e prudenza nella civiltà letteraria del
Cinquecento
(Naples, 1967). H. A. Wolfson, Religious Phi-
losophy, A Group of Essays
(Cambridge, Mass., 1961).

VINCENZO CIOFFARI

[See also Astrology; Atomism; Causation; Chance; Cycles;
Epicureanism; Machiavellism; Necessity; Renaissance
Humanism;
Virtù.]