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Can it Ever be Wise to Kill the Tyrant? Insights from Cicero in the Debate on Rightful Government during the Middle Ages (Especially in the 13th–14th Centuries)

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Carole Mabboux. Can it Ever be Wise to Kill the Tyrant? Insights from Cicero in the Debate on Rightful Government during the Middle Ages (Especially in the 13th–14th Centuries). Christoph Pieper; Bram van der Velden. Reading Cicero’s Final Years. Receptions of the Post-Caesarian Works up to the Sixteenth Century – with two Epilogues, 3, De Gruyter, pp.138-154, 2020, CICERO, 9783110716313. ⟨10.1515/9783110716313-010⟩. ⟨halshs-03027914⟩

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