ished originally at Turin, in 1839.
In a note (Lib.
I. Cap. X.) he expresses a doubt whether the Dante's having at some time studied there.
In Lib. II.
Cap. II., is a remarkable passage in whic.
He refers to a change in his own opinions (Lib.
II. § 1), where he says, When I knew the natihe Emperor in temporal things.
De Monarchia, Lib. III. § ult. See the whole passage in Miss Rossit, however, of Christ's poor.
De Monarchia, Lib. III. § 10. Poterat tamen Imperator in patrocinreturn whence they came, he says (De Monarchia, Lib. II. § 10); they came well, let them return illlitical institutions a priori,
De Monarchia, Lib. I. § 16. for he seems to have divined that thll of them to one who reasons.
De Monarchia, Lib. I. § 14. He has nothing but pity for mankind which God himself could not do.
De Monarchia, Lib. III. § 8.
By malison of theirs is not so lith the help of faith, it can.
De Monarchia, Lib. II. § 8. But faith, it should seem, was long i[10 more.