By Virginie Girod
Agrippine l. a. Jeune appartient à los angeles lignée des femmes dangereuses, des empoisonneuses, des séductrices, entre Médée et woman Macbeth. Son plus grand crime ? Avoir porté un monstre à l. a. tête de Rome ! vehicle Agrippine l. a. Jeune est l. a. mère de Néron, le tyran qu’on accusa de tous les vices, le top-rated persécuteur des chrétiens. Pour déposer l. a. couronne de lauriers sur l. a. tête de son fils et gouverner Rome à ses côtés, Agrippine souilla ses mains du sang d’innocents, s’offrit à des hommes de toutes stipulations pour mieux les manipuler. Hélas, Néron, une fois son pouvoir bien établi, assassina sa démiurge de mère. Mais l’historiographie est trompeuse. Derrière l. a. criminelle sensuelle, derrière los angeles mère indigne, se cache une femme résiliente et intelligente, une femme politique redoutable, déterminée et machiavélique. Le destin d’Agrippine est incroyable. D’illustre naissance, descendante à los angeles fois d’Auguste, de Marc Antoine et de Jules César, elle révolutionna l. a. fonction d’impératrice et prit half au gouvernement de Rome envers et contre tous en dépit de sa de femme. Et si c’était là sa plus grande transgression ?
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Moreover, the dismemberment of Leibniz’s intellectual system and the unbalanced attention to its individual components has inevitably bred misunderstandings; and key features of Leibniz’s writings have exacerbated this tendency. Leibniz, famously, was a man who sought to Introduction reconcile apparent antitheses, often in extremely subtle and sophisticated ways. Leibniz, no less famously, corresponded with a great variety of contemporaries and displayed different facets of his thought to different people.
Introduction K¨oniglichen o¨ ffentlichen Bibliothek zu Hannover. Hanover, ; repr. Hildesheim: Olms, . The titles of the eight series which compose the critical edition of Leibniz’s writings and correspondence are listed in the Abbreviations. ´ For the complex printing history see Emile Ravier, Bibliographie des œuvres de Leibniz. Paris: F. Alcan, ; repr. ” Revue philosophique de la France et de l’´etranger (): –. , Leibniz-Bibliographie. Die Literatur u¨ ber Leibniz bis .
The standard bibliography of literature on Leibniz before lists items on metaphysics and ontology, on mathematics, on logic, on epistemology, and on the physical sciences. Ethics and practical philosophy in the same bibliography, by contrast, share only items. Political philosophy and law – the discipline in which Leibniz was formally trained – rate a mere . Theology and the philosophy of religion – arguably at the very centre of his lifelong project – score only .
Agrippine : Sexe, crimes et pouvoir dans la Rome Impériale by Virginie Girod