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/Main, NewYork: Campus. S. 10-21. Burckhardt, Armin (1996): "Politolinguistik. Versuch einer Ortsbestimmung". In: Josef Klein und Hajo Diekmannshenk:e (Hrsg.): Sprachstrategien und Dialogblockaden. Linguistische und politikwissenschaftliche Studien zur po- litischen Kommunikation. Berlin/N ew Y ork: Walter de Gruyter. S. 75-100. Busse, Dietrich (2001): "Öffentliche Sprache und politischer Diskurs. Anmer- kungen zu einem prekären Gegenstand linguistischer Analyse". In: Hajo Diekmannshenk:e und Iris Meißner (Hrsg.): Politische Kommunikation im historischen Wandel. Tübingen

, Brun O. 201 Buchanan, James 12 Büchner, Franz 67 Bude, Heinz 9 Bultmann, Rudolf 75, 78 Bumke, Erwin 59 Burckhardt, Carl J. 121 Burckhardt, Martin 195 Caldwell, Peter Charles 76 Cancik, Hubert 62 Carneville, f. Symon de 133 Cassian 15 Cathrein, Victor 27 f., 31, 43 Chruschtschow, Nikita 238 Cicero 10 Claudel, Paul 112 f. Clausewitz, Carl v. 223 Clauss, Max 65 Clay, Lucius D. 116 Cohen, Hermann 30 Cohen, Norman 91 Condorcet, Antoine de 105 Congar, Yves 69 Conze, Werner 55 Conzelmann, Hans 70 Cortés, Donoso 48, 56, 71, 79, 81, 95, 107-109, 120

Renaissance thinking, and in Shake speare’s work in particular, see Allan Bloom, Shake speare’s Politics (New York: Basic Books, 1964), 76 – 78. 17. See Jacob Burckhardt, The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy, trans. Ludwig Geiger and Walter Götz (New York: Harper & Row, 1958), esp. part 1, “The State as a Work of Art” and part 3, “The Revival of Antiquity.” 18. The Merchant of Venice and Othello show that Shake speare was interested in the way the Venetian Republic operated. For more on this subject, see chapter 5 of this volume. 19. On Shake speare’s knowledge

., 192 Brindley, Thomas Α., 326n Britain, see United Kingdom (U.K.) British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), 40, 87 British Council, 35, 36n, 44, 59, 61, 69 Brock, Baxrington, 43 Brunauer, Esther, 97 Bulgaria, 168, 334 Burckhardt, Carl J., 187 Bureau international d'Education (BIE), 33, 33n, 34n, 56, 58, 76f, 88, 93, 135, 173, 225 Bureau international des poids et mesures, 46n Burma, 162 Butler, R. A., 35, 38, 57f, 60, 169 INDEX 367 Butts, Marie, 34n Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, 167, 333 Byrnes, James F., 42, 43n, 105 cabinet, 214, 216

’s Politics, 589n27; translation of Plutarch’s Life of Aemilius Paulus, 226; translation of the Speech of Alcibiades from Plato’s Symposium, 621n37; Vita Aristotelis, 610n17; Carlo Malatesta and, 255; chivalric ideal and, 374–377; leadership in a federal republic, 231–234; legitimation of empire, 234–237 Brutus, Marcus Junius, the Elder, 61, 75, 218, 413, 552n60 Brutus, Marcus Junius, the Younger, 128, 130, 235, 517, 551n44 Buddhism, 3, 495–496, 627n117 Buonaccorso da Montemagno, 39, 541n32 Buondelmonte- Amidei feud, 643n12 Buondelmonte family, 275, 480 Burckhardt

body of Christ 61, 62–3, 65, 302 Boethius, Anicius 250 Bologna university 297, 357 Bonagratio of Bergamo 290 Bonaventure, St 298 Boniface VIII, Pope 322, 328, 345 papal bull, Unam Sanctam 328 boroughs/burgs see under cities/ towns Botticelli, Sandro 337 bourgeoisie 276–7, 282, 312 burghers 268, 269, 272, 277, 345, 354 Bourges, Pragmatic Sanction of 330 Brethren of the Common Life 340 Brittany 285 Brown, Peter 4, 81–2, 91–2, 108, 110, 135–6, 139–40, 145, 149, 304 Brunhild, Princess 143 Bulgarus (jurist) 263 Burckhardt, Jacob 334 bureaucracy 260

Botticelli, Sandro 135 Breugel, Pieter 176 Brinton, Crane 291, 430 Brissot de Warville 261, 358, 452 Brougham, Lord Peter 323, 340 Brüderlichkeit 295 Bruni, Leonardo (Aretino) 48f., 134-136, 153, 166 Brutus, Lucius Junius 60, 178, 191, 264, 291 Brutus, Marcus Junius 69, 79, 135 Brutus, Stephanus Junius 178 Bryce, James 395,399,407 Bude, Guillaume 150,182 Bund siehe Föderalismus Burckhardt, Jacob 341,405 Bürger 16, 18, 20, 22-25, 27, 32, 34, 37, 39f., 44, 53, 55, 57, 60, 65-67, 70-72, 75, 79, 96, 98f„ 122, 127, 135, 145, 154, 159f„ 162, 166, 168, 170, 190f

right lines." Senator Benton brought to this 1950 Conference the thoughts he had earlier expressed in the United States. Ben­ ton termed a chimera the view that Unesco might serve as a bridge between East and West. He hinted at alternative U.S. strategies: General Lucius Clay would be given $16,500,000 for American programs of reeducation in Ger­ man. His speech, said a Manchester Guardian reporter, sent Torres Bodet "into the depths of despair."7 Later the Direc­ tor-General issued a warning that "we must take care to become neither auxiliaries nor victims in

by comparing him, or it, with an ideal standard. 133 Jacob Burckhardt wrote, “The picture of the fifteenth century would be incomplete without this unique biography, which is characteristic down to its minutest details” (Burckhardt 1958, 242, cited by Gary Ianziti in his introduction to the I Tatti edition of the text (ix), who adds in a note, “Burckhardt’s thumbnail sketch of Filippo Maria Visconti . . . is entirely dependent on Decembrio’s biography.” 134 See Fasolt 2014. 135 Decembrio, Life of Visconti 44, ed. Ianziti and Zaggia, 77. For the story about