Title, Storia notturna: una decifrazione del sabba. Volume 20 of Biblioteca studio. Author, Carlo Ginzburg. Publisher, Einaudi, ISBN, Carlo Ginzburg is a noted Italian historian and proponent of the field of microhistory. He is best New York. ISBN (First published in Italian as Storia notturna: Una decifrazione del Sabba, ); Wooden Eyes. Milan. Storia notturna. Una decifrazione del sabba by Carlo Ginzburg, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
|Published (Last):||13 January 2005|
|PDF File Size:||8.34 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||5.17 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Ginzburg does not pursue the consequences. Details Additional Physical Format: Citations are based on reference standards.
Storia notturna: una decifrazione del sabba – Carlo Ginzburg – Google Books
Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. With this, other dread themes surfaced, absent from the earlier confessions.
Please enter recipient e-mail address es. In the answer to these historical questions must lie the key to deciphering the Sabbath. Truth is sometimes improbable. Today the main task of historians lies elsewhere. Archived copy as title link. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. This, however, is an all too apt example of the danger indicated in this kind of classification: Here one must be charitable, and assume that Annan got carried away at the races.
I will limit myself, therefore, to discussing some general issues raised, either explicitly or implicitly, by Anderson. In his book History, Rhetoric, and Proofhe opposes the ancient rhetoric of Aristotle to the modern rhetoric of Nietzsche. He made his debut with a spectacular discovery: Research Programmes and their Fruits. So little has the Limping Devil to do with the organising phobias of the Sabbath that when it emerges as a specific motif in popular literature, it is at the antipodes of supernatural terror.
For a historian of ideas, this seems a self-destructive argument.
For Ginzburg this was the charter for the kind of morphology he was looking for. From the point of view I chose, however, the opposite is certainly true: Above all, I am grateful for his lucid, probing, implacable critical remarks.
The majority principle is a practical device, not a short-cut to the truth. Discontinuous narratives, arcane readings, diagonal problem-shifters have often shed new light on the past. But for me they have above all a cognitive implication.
Recipients of the Viareggio Prize. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online.
For with all its extraordinary gifts, Storia Notturna poses a series of difficult problems, concerning the methods it adopts, the conclusions it reaches, the outlook it suggests. In the sixth century, Scythian contingents penetrated south, establishing themselves in the Dobrudja, where they ruled over a local Thracian population, subsequently joined by Celtic settlements.
Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Retrieved from ” https: In notturnw polemical introduction Ginzburg criticises those historians who have concentrated on the authorities and procedures that set European witch-finding in motion, at the expense of research into the beliefs vinzburg those persecuted as witches — Trevor-Roper in the first instance, but also Keith Thomas, charged with reductionism and functionalism.
Archived from the original on April 3, He returned to looking at the visionary traditions of early modern Europe for his book Ecstasies: Soon afterwards, Ginzburg suggests, the obsessive fears at work in these persecutions of successive marginal groups were condensed and displaced onto the spectre of a new sect practising witchcraft in the Alpine regions.
The second part of Storia Notturna pursues the archaeology of these motifs. You may send this item to up to five recipients. His interest for history was influenced by the works of historians Delio Cantimori and Marc Bloch. The point is to reassemble and analyse the existing data in order to build different configurations.
Preview this item Preview this item.
Above all, no experiments. The fascination of the data he assembles is beyond question. Home About Help Search. However that may be, the myths which flowed into the Sabbath all converged on the notion of a journey to the beyond and back again, ginzbugr a crossing over to the world of the dead and returning from it.
By aboutthe full nightmare of the Sabbath — diabolism, anthropophagy, animal metamorphoses, supernatural flight, promiscuity — had been incubated in the Christian imagination. The son of Natalia Ginzburga novelist, and Leone Ginzburga philologist, historian, and literary critic, Carlo Ginzburg was born in in TurinItaly.
There followed his vivid portrait of the autodidact Italian miller Menocchio, whose cosmology of spontaneous generation — the world born as cheese and gnizburg — he referred to a subterranean peasant materialism.
Similar Items Related Subjects: