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“Vous Faites Fortune Deesse…”: Turns and Returns of Fortune in the Roman de la Rose

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In the Roman de la Rose, one of the masterpieces of medieval French literature, begun by Guillaume de Lorris around 1230 and completed by Jean de Meun between 1270 and 1280, the allegory of Fortune has a prominent place, especially in the second part of the work, where more than two thousand verses are devoted to her personification. Leggi tutto »

 
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The Faces of Fortune: Notes on a Renaissance Debate

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This essay offers some thoughts on the Renaissance debate about fortune, a topic which expresses a common belief and involves the fundamental philosophical question of human destiny and actions. Fortune is in fact used to describe the relation between human beings and contingency. The goal of the essay is to propose some examples of how “Fortuna” is present in Renaissance philosophy.

 
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