意大利文艺复兴时期的文化(上)
The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy

  • 作   者:

    雅各布·布克哈特
    Jacob Burckhardt

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

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    中文 / 英文 / 双语

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资产阶级历史学中关于文艺复兴运动最重要的著作。

《意大利文艺复兴时期的文化》全书共有6编,记述了从13世纪下半叶至16世纪中叶这3百年间意大利文化的发展情况,依次阐述了政治、思想、学术、社交生活和道德宗教等方面的内容。本书是西方关于意大利文艺复兴时期研究的最权威著作。他根据前人对意大利文艺复兴各方面的研究,和他自己对这个问题穷年累月的探讨,建立起一个新的体系。这个体系遂成为资产阶级历史学对这个问题的正统理论。这是此书的前三编。

The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy is divided into six parts,and this is the first three parts of this book:

Part One: The State as a Work of Art

Part Two: The Development of the Individual

Part Three: The Revival of Antiquity

雅各布·布克哈特,生于瑞士巴塞尔,是19世纪杰出的文化史、艺术史学家,主要研究欧洲艺术史与人文主义。

Carl Jacob Christoph Burckhardt (May 25, 1818 – August 8, 1897) was a Swiss historian of art and culture and an influential figure in the historiography of both fields. He is known as one of the major progenitors of cultural history.

本书的标题,可谓最严格意义上的论文题目。只有作者本人最清楚,自己是在研究方法和体力何等有限的情况下投身于一项如此艰巨的任务中的。况且,即便作者对自己的研究信心满满,但对能否得到行家的认可却没什么把握。在不同人的眼里,某一文明的轮廓也许会呈现出不同的图景;探讨一种成为我们自身文明之母、对我们仍有影响的文明时,个人的判断与感觉对作者和读者时时刻刻都会产生影响,这是不可避免的。在我们冒险航行的广袤海洋中,可供选择的航道与方向不可胜数;进行同样的研究时,本书与在其他研究者手中的处理和运用方式可能完全不同,得出的结论也迥然各异。这一主题的重要性毋庸置疑,因而仍需展开新的调查,也需要从各种不同角度开展有效的研究。同时,如果读者能耐心地给我们一个发表意见的机会,能从整体上看待和评判本书,我们就心满意足了。文明史研究的最大困难在于,思想发展的伟大历程必须拆分成一个一个单独的范畴,且往往是任意划分的范畴,理解起来才容易一些。

This work bears the title of an essay in the strictest sense of the word. No one is more conscious than the writer with what limited means and strength he has addressed himself to a task so arduous. And even if he could look with greater confidence upon his own researches, he would hardly thereby feel more assured of the approval of competent judges. To each eye, perhaps, the outlines of a given civilization present a different picture; and in treating of a civilization which is the mother of our own, and whose influence is still at work among us, it is unavoidable that individual judgement and feeling should tell every moment both on the writer and on the reader. In the wide ocean upon which we venture, the possible ways and directions are many; and the same studies which have served for this work might easily, in other hands, not only receive a wholly different treatment and application, but lead also to essentially different conclusions. Such indeed is the importance of the subject, that it still calls for fresh investigation, and may be studied with advantage from the most varied points of view. Meanwhile we are content if a patient hearing be granted us, and if this book be taken and judged as a whole. It is the most serious difficulty of the history of civilization that a great intellectual process must be broken up into single, and often into what seem arbitrary categories, in order to be in any way intelligible.

  • 第一编 艺术品般的国度

  • 第二编 个体的发展

  • 第三编 古典文化的复兴

  • Part 1 The State as a Work of Art

  • Part 2 The Development of the Individual

  • Part 3 The Revival of Antiquity

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