Mowa "Aderat nuper" Eneasza Sylwiusza Piccolominiego z 1445 roku

2022
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dc.abstract.enThe article consists of two parts: the introduction and a collective translation of an address delivered by Enea Silvio Piccolomini on 25 November 1445 in Vienna, and published subsequently. Currently referred to as Quodlibet Viennense, Aderat nuper oration or Piccolomini’s letter 104, the speech follows the convention of a free dispute (de quolibet). Its content and circumstances of the oration have been dealt with by Alphons Lhotsky, Guido Kisch, Michael Cotta-Schonberg and Juliusz Domański in their texts devoted to Piccolomini. The author refers to these works, focusing especially on the latest edition of Cotta-Schonberg (made public on the Internet) and Domański’s findings, as well as makes references to the 15th century incunabula items. The introduction presents the circumstances of Piccolomini’s stay at the Vienna court of Frederick III in the 1440s. It also discusses texts in which Piccolomini shared his views on poetry, and goes on to characterise the structure of the de quolibet dispute in comparison to the speech under scrutiny, which reveals several differences between a typical quodlibet and Piccolomini’s text. Additionally, the question is raised about the presence and role of a third person involved in the process of writing down a spoken text, which is today known from print mainly. The topics touched upon by Piccolomini’s address are also discussed. The orator replies to three questions that he has been asked, the most important of which is the second one, as evidenced by the space devoted to it. The three questions oscillate around i) ethical issues, i.e. alleged equipollence of knowledge on ethics (scientia moralis) with prudence (prudentia), ii) insufficient, but according to Piccolomini necessary presence of poets in social life and defence of poetry against accusations of immorality, and iii) high prices of such writing materials as paper and parchment. The translated text was created collectively during a Neo-Latin studies seminar carried out by Professor Juliusz Domański in the Institute of Classical Studies at the University of Warsaw in the academic cycles 2008/2009 and 2009/2010. Professor Domański has made a handwritten transcription of one of the manuscript versions of this oration, which was then read by the courses’attendees.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Polonistyki : Katedra Edytorstwa i Nauk Pomocniczychpl
dc.contributor.authorCzerenkiewicz, Michał - 143437 pl
dc.date.accession2022-05-25pl
dc.date.accessioned2022-05-25T09:37:49Z
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dc.date.issued2022pl
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dc.description.additionalS. 93-106: wprowadzenie. S. 107-122: E.S. Piccolomini, "Kwodlibet wiedeńskie". Przekład zbiorowy do druku przygotował i wstępem opatrzył M. Czerenkiewiczpl
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dc.identifier.doi10.4467/20843844TE.22.005.15234pl
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dc.identifier.urihttps://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/292282
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dc.subject.en15th century poetrypl
dc.subject.enEnea Silvio Piccolominipl
dc.subject.enUniversity of Viennapl
dc.subject.enquodlibetal questionpl
dc.subject.enQuodlibet Viennensepl
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dc.titleMowa "Aderat nuper" Eneasza Sylwiusza Piccolominiego z 1445 rokupl
dc.title.alternativeThe Oration "Aderat nuper" (1445) by Enea Silvio Piccolominipl
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The article consists of two parts: the introduction and a collective translation of an address delivered by Enea Silvio Piccolomini on 25 November 1445 in Vienna, and published subsequently. Currently referred to as Quodlibet Viennense, Aderat nuper oration or Piccolomini’s letter 104, the speech follows the convention of a free dispute (de quolibet). Its content and circumstances of the oration have been dealt with by Alphons Lhotsky, Guido Kisch, Michael Cotta-Schonberg and Juliusz Domański in their texts devoted to Piccolomini. The author refers to these works, focusing especially on the latest edition of Cotta-Schonberg (made public on the Internet) and Domański’s findings, as well as makes references to the 15th century incunabula items. The introduction presents the circumstances of Piccolomini’s stay at the Vienna court of Frederick III in the 1440s. It also discusses texts in which Piccolomini shared his views on poetry, and goes on to characterise the structure of the de quolibet dispute in comparison to the speech under scrutiny, which reveals several differences between a typical quodlibet and Piccolomini’s text. Additionally, the question is raised about the presence and role of a third person involved in the process of writing down a spoken text, which is today known from print mainly. The topics touched upon by Piccolomini’s address are also discussed. The orator replies to three questions that he has been asked, the most important of which is the second one, as evidenced by the space devoted to it. The three questions oscillate around i) ethical issues, i.e. alleged equipollence of knowledge on ethics (scientia moralis) with prudence (prudentia), ii) insufficient, but according to Piccolomini necessary presence of poets in social life and defence of poetry against accusations of immorality, and iii) high prices of such writing materials as paper and parchment. The translated text was created collectively during a Neo-Latin studies seminar carried out by Professor Juliusz Domański in the Institute of Classical Studies at the University of Warsaw in the academic cycles 2008/2009 and 2009/2010. Professor Domański has made a handwritten transcription of one of the manuscript versions of this oration, which was then read by the courses’attendees.
dc.affiliationpl
Wydział Polonistyki : Katedra Edytorstwa i Nauk Pomocniczych
dc.contributor.authorpl
Czerenkiewicz, Michał - 143437
dc.date.accessionpl
2022-05-25
dc.date.accessioned
2022-05-25T09:37:49Z
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2022-05-25T09:37:49Z
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2022
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S. 93-106: wprowadzenie. S. 107-122: E.S. Piccolomini, "Kwodlibet wiedeńskie". Przekład zbiorowy do druku przygotował i wstępem opatrzył M. Czerenkiewicz
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1 (62)
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93-122
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24
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10.4467/20843844TE.22.005.15234
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2084-3844
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2082-0984
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https://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/292282
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https://www.ejournals.eu/Terminus/2022/Terminus-2022-1/art/21090/
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Udzielam licencji. Uznanie autorstwa - Użycie niekomercyjne - Bez utworów zależnych 4.0 Międzynarodowa
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CC-BY-NC-ND
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otwarte czasopismo
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15th century poetry
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Enea Silvio Piccolomini
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University of Vienna
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quodlibetal question
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Quodlibet Viennense
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Article
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Mowa "Aderat nuper" Eneasza Sylwiusza Piccolominiego z 1445 roku
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The Oration "Aderat nuper" (1445) by Enea Silvio Piccolomini
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Terminus
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