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  Giuseppe Mazzini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giuseppe Mazzini (June 22, 1805 – March 10, 1872) was an Italian politician.
Born in Genoa, in 1830 Mazzini became a member of the Carbonari, a secret association with political purposes.
However, his importance was more ideological than practical: after the failure of the 1848 revolutions (during which Mazzini became the main leader of the short-lived Roman Republic), the Italian nationalists began to look to the king of Sardinia and his prime minister Count Cavour as the leaders of the unification movement.
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 Giuseppe Garibaldi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giuseppe Garibaldi (July 4, 1807 – June 2, 1882) was an Italian patriot and soldier of the Risorgimento.
Mazzini was discontented with the perpetuation of monarchial government, and continued to agitate for a republic.
Giuseppe Garibaldi died on the Italian island of Caprera in 1882, where he was interred.
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 Mazzini - MSN Encarta
Mazzini was born in Genoa on June 22, 1805, the son of a doctor, and studied law at the University of Genoa.
Mazzini argued that through coordinated uprisings, the people could drive the Italian princes from their thrones and oust the Austrians from dominance of the Italian Peninsula.
Mazzini came back to Italy during the wars of 1859 and 1860 but took no pleasure in seeing the establishment in 1861 of a unified Italian kingdom rather than a republic.
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 Giuseppe Mazzini biography : Young Italy Risorgimento
Mazzini felt that his spirit was crushed by the impossibility he felt of ever conceiving by what means to free his country from foreign rule.
Mazzini was arrested, (principally it seems because he appeared to be an unorthodox thinker) and, on evidence that Mazzini regarded as being contrived, sentenced to a term in jail for allegedly introducing another young man into the Carbonari.
Mazzini envisaged that there should be a many faceted approach to achieving these goals and, whilst there should be a mainly educational approach, there could well be some recourse to the use of violence by guerilla bands.
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 GIUSEPPE MAZZINI - LoveToKnow Article on GIUSEPPE MAZZINI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
At Geneva, also in 1833, Mazzini set on foot LEurope Centrale, a journal of which one of the main objects was the emancipation of Savoy; but he did not confine himself to a merely literary agitation for this end.
Mazzini, who personally accompanied the expedition, is no doubt correct in attributing the failure to dissensions with the Carbonari leaders in Paris, and to want of a cordial understanding between himself and the Savoyard Ramorino, who had been chosen as military leader.
Among the patriotic and philanthropic labors undertaken by Mazzini during this period of retirement in London may be mentioned a free evening school conducted by himself and a few others for some years, at which several hundreds of Italian children received at least the rudiments of secular and religidus education.
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 Introductory Note. Giuseppe Mazzini. 1909-14. Literary and Philosophical Essays. The Harvard Classics
The conspiracy for a national rising planned by Young Italy was discovered, many of the leaders were executed, and Mazzini himself condemned to death.
The last years of his life were spent mainly in London, but at the end he returned to Italy, where he died on March 10, 1872.
Mazzini’s essay on Byron and Goethe is more than literary criticism, for it exhibits that philosophical quality which gives so remarkable a unity to the writings of Mazzini, whether literary, social, or political.
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 Mazzini, Giuseppe on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
MAZZINI, GIUSEPPE [Mazzini, Giuseppe], 1805-72, Italian patriot and revolutionist, an outstanding figure of the Risorgimento.
Giuseppe Mazzini's "geopolitics of liberty" and Italian foreign policy toward "Slavic Europe".
Giuseppe Garibaldi, el pirata creador de la moderna Italia: dedico la vida a luchar por la unificacion de su patria, pero el dia del triunfo el no estaba ahi para verlo.
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 Mazzini, Giuseppe. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
During the revolutions of 1848, when uprisings occurred in Milan, the Papal States, and the Two Sicilies, Mazzini returned to Italy; in 1849 he was one of the leaders of the Roman republic.
His relations with Camillo Benso di Cavour, the Sardinian premier, were strained; although both strove for Italian unification, their ideas were opposite, Cavour relying for help on a foreign power (France), Mazzini believing in revolution and war based on direct popular action.
Mazzini’s work was inspired by his great moral strength.
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 Giuseppe Mazzini
Italian patriot, born on the 22nd of June 1805 at Genoa, where his father, Giacomo Mazzini, was a physician in good practice, and a professor in the university.
Among the patriotic and philanthropic labors undertaken by Mazzini during this period of retirement in London may be mentioned a free evening school conducted by himself and a few others for some years, at which several hundreds of Italian children received at least the rudiments of secular and religious education.
If Mazzini was the prophet of Italian unity, and Garibaldi its knight errant, to Cavour alone belongs the honor of having been the statesman by whom it was finally accomplished.
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The aim of this article is to analyse the theoretical origins and character of Giuseppe Mazzini's idea of the nation and the wider tensions within nationalist thinking.
It will emerge that, even if Mazzini shared a voluntaristic idea of the nation, he none the less had a clear perception that the argument of popular consensus needed to be limited (and legitimated) by normative principles, which for him were true democratic principles.
Mazzini's originality and modernity lay in his capacity to avoid being a universalist in the old cosmopolitan sense without becoming a relativist.
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 Giuseppe Garibaldi + Nathaniel Hawthorne
It was on this date, July 4, 1807, that Italian liberator Giuseppe Garibaldi was born in Nice (a formerly Italian city).
The son of a sailor, he was urged toward the priesthood and, to escape a priestly education, Garibaldi went to sea, becoming a merchant captain in 1832.
His Italian Republican leanings were encouraged by his association with Giuseppe Mazzini (1805-1872) at the Young Italy headquarters in Marseilles.
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 Modern History Sourcebook: Giuseppe Mazzini: On Nationality 1852
Giuseppe Mazzini (1805­1872), the founder (1831) of Young Italy, was perhaps the leading figure in liberal nationalism.
The social idea cannot be realised under any form whatsoever before this reorganisation of Europe is effected; before the peoples are free to interrogate themselves; to express their vocation, and to assure its accomplishment by an alliance capable of substituting itself for the absolutist league which now reigns supreme.
Giuseppe Mazzini, "Europe: Its Condition and Prospects," Essays: Selected from the Writings, Literary, Political and Religious of Joseph Mazzini, ed.
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 Guissepe Mazzini   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
GIUSEPPE MAZZINI, (1805-1872) Italian nationalist and patriot, who, together with Giuseppe Garibaldi, Camillo Benso di Cavour, and Victor Emmanuel II, is considered one of the "patron saints" of the Italian
Mazzini's primary goals were the end of Austrian hegemony in Italy and of the temporal power of the pope, Italian unity, republicanism, democracy, and the liberation of all oppressed peoples.
While Mazzini continued to be held in high esteem, respect, and even affection, Italian nationalists began to turn to the monarchical leadership offered by Camillo Benso di Cavour and his king Victor Emmanuel in Piedmont-Sardinia.
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 Garibaldi, Giuseppe on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Under the influence of Mazzini he became involved in an unsuccessful republican plot and fled (1835) to South America.
By then he had renounced the dream of an Italian republic and gave his support to Cavour, publicly declaring that the monarchy as represented by Victor Emmanuel II should be the basis of Italian unity.
Mazzini wanted to make liberated S Italy a republic, and the populace acclaimed Garibaldi as ruler, but Garibaldi himself remained loyal to Victor Emmanuel.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/section/garibald_europeancampaigns.asp   (1158 words)

  
 Giuseppe Mazzini
, when uprisings occurred in Milan, the Papal States, and the Two Sicilies, Mazzini returned to Italy; in 1849 he was one of the leaders of the Roman republic.
He supported Giuseppe Garibaldi's expedition to Sicily, but unlike
, the Sardinian premier, were strained; although both strove for Italian unification, their ideas were opposite, Cavour relying for help on a foreign power (France), Mazzini believing in revolution and war based on direct popular action.
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 Giuseppe Mazzini, Italy (1805-1872) - Hall of Freedom - Politics - Liberalism
Giuseppe Mazzini, Italy (1805-1872) - Hall of Freedom - Politics - Liberalism
However, his rule was short-lived, for when the pope appealed to Catholic countries for help, a French army landed in Italy.
After heroic resistance, the republic was crushed and Mazzini left Rome.
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 The Anthony P. Campanella Collection of Giuseppe Garibaldi - Island 2
The offer of his services was declined by Pope Pius IX and by Charles Albert of Savoy, and instead, until the collapse of the revolutionary movement in Northern Italy, he fought ably for the city of Milan, which, influenced by Mazzini, had adopted a distinct, republican orientation.
Ironically a possible factor in the failure of the expedition was the indiscretion of Giuseppe Mazzini, compiler of this account, who, believing that there was no postal censorship in Britain, mailed details of the plot to another Italian revolutionary in London.
Giuseppe La Farina was among the first advocates of Italian unity under the leadership of Victor Emmanuel II of Savoy.
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 AllRefer.com - Giuseppe Mazzini (Italian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Giuseppe Mazzini[jOOzep´pA mAt-sE´nE] Pronunciation Key, 1805–72, Italian patriot and revolutionist, an outstanding figure of the Risorgimento.
His youth was spent in literary and philosophical studies.
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 Giuseppe Mazzini
Giuseppe Mazzini (1805-1872) was a liberal Italian writer who in the first half of the nineteenth century proposed a unification of the various Italian states.
His writings and speeches later became the basis of political unification under Cavour and Garibaldi.
Our country is our common workshop, whence the products of our activity are sent forth for the benefit of the whole world; wherein the tools and implements of labour we can most usefully employ are gathered together: nor may we reject them without disobeying the plan of the Almighty, and diminishing our own strength.
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 6/40.- Verona, Via Giuseppe Mazzini 1 tourist information - VIRTOURIST.COM
We will take Via Mazzini to go to the city center: 'Piazza delle Erbe'.
Via Mazzini is the street in front of us.
Via Mazzini is a pedestrian only street, as you can see in the photo, on this street you will find some of the most fashionable shops in Italy, where you can buy the best "Italy design" clothes.
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 GIUSEPPE MAZZINI art quotations from The Resource of Art Quotations :: painterskeys.com ::
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 Famous Italians - Giuseppe Garibaldi
On the occasion of his voyages he knew some Giovine Italia's representatives and become patriot in a short time.
The following year he met Giuseppe Mazzini and became available for a revolutionary action.
When Sicily, since 1859, showed a certain revolutionary excitement Garibaldi was invited from the Partito d'Azione and from Giuseppe Mazzini himself, to organize a military expedition.
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 Find in a Library: Giuseppe Mazzini's Philosophy of music : (1836) : envisioning a social opera
Giuseppe Mazzini's Philosophy of music : (1836) : envisioning a social opera
by Giuseppe Mazzini; Emilie Ashurst Venturi; Franco Sciannameo
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worldcatlibraries.org /wcpa/ow/a12ccf070155b7eca19afeb4da09e526.html   (71 words)

  
 Slow Travel Italy, vacation rental reviews, Sleep in Italy, Viale Giuseppe Mazzini
The apartment was located in the Prati area of Rome, which is just north of the Vatican - quite close to Piazza del Popolo.
There were also a number of very nice cafes, gelaterie, an outdoor market (off a side street), and a taxi stand at Piazza Guiseppe Mazzini which was also a 2 minute walk away.
There is a really lively, lovely cafe bar, nice food, coffee and cakes on Piazza G. Mazzini (sorry can't remember the name).
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 7/40.- Verona, Via Giuseppe Mazzini 2 tourist information - VIRTOURIST.COM
The absence of cars (and motorbikes) and its great location makes of this street the commercial center of the city of Verona.
'Via Giuseppe Mazzini' begins in 'Piazza Bra' (where we saw the Arena) and ends in 'Piazza delle Erbe' --the Grass Square, grass?
Maybe grass is not the correct word, should I have said the Plants’ Square?.
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 Giuseppe Mazzini
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 Giuseppe Mazzini Quotations
The counsel you would have another keep, first keep yourself.
Giuseppe Mazzini (Genoa, June 22, 1805 Pisa, March 10, 1872) was an Italian politician and writer with extraordinary organizational skills that put him into collision course with the biggest Powers of his time, including Austria whose Chancellor Metternich famously despised Mazzini as one of the biggest source of problems.
All quotations remain the intellectual property of their originators.
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 Alibris: Giuseppe Mazzini   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Living Thoughts of Mazzini: Presented by Ignazio Silone
by Giuseppe Mazzini, Bolton King, Alice D. Jervis (Translator)
The duties of man, and other essays by Joseph Mazzini
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