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62Mäometto mi disse esta parola; And I, who had my answer set already, and scandal, and for this they now are split. we have returned to meet his blade once more. Disconversion.” Commento Baroliniano, Digital Dante. 79gittati saran fuor di lor vasello “And death unto thy race,” thereto I added; 27.108-109]). sozzo” (Inf. 7 Come ’l bue cicilian che mugghiò prima They are guilty of rending that corporate unity which should have been kept whole. For each one of his enemies was Christian, So that the blood made horrible his face, Cried out: “Thou shalt remember Mosca also, my predecessor did not prize are two.’, Then his grave arguments compelled me so, (Monarchia 3.1.3; translation Prue Shaw, emphasis mine). I knew them all, and practised so their craft, 78 ch’al fine de la terra il suono uscie. [39] Dante and his peers believed that the Buondelmonte murder of 1216, precipitated by Mosca de’ Lamberti, unleashed the factional strife that still afflicted the city in Dante’s day. 27.118–20]). a traitor there—and, too, at Tagliacozzo, 77 io seppi tutte, e sì menai lor arte, [49] But, as the devil reminds us, absolution requires repentance, and it is not possible to repent for an act that one has not yet committed: the logic of sin and repentance, and therefore of conversion, is temporal. 98 domandommi consiglio, e io tacetti 18dove sanz’ arme vinse il vecchio Alardo; 19e qual forato suo membro e qual mozzo The theatricality also reminds us that conversion is precisely not a performance art: conversion happens not outside, as performed by Guido da Montefeltro in Inferno 27, but inside, and we cannot read what is happening inside the soul. [40] The encounter with Mosca de’ Lamberti must be added to previous encounters with Florentines who speak to Dante of civic strife and turmoil, going back to Ciacco in Inferno 6. while lifting up his stumps through the dark air, See now how maimed Mohammed is! 95d’un suo compagno e la bocca li aperse, In a sequence in which words are connected to authentic feelings, we can see the absurdity of Boniface’s “finor t’assolvo” (101). Because I come perchance a little late, 123 tu non pensavi ch’io löico fossi!”. 22Già veggia, per mezzul perdere o lulla, O miserable me ! And, if so, what form of Lombard did Ciampolo hear? country from which I carry all my guilt, do tell me if the Romagnoles have peace 23 non t’incresca restare a parlar meco; We have noted Dante’s love of the telling periphrasis, and Guido now uses a linguistic periphrasis to address Virgilio: Virgilio is the one “who was just now speaking Lombard“ (“che parlavi mo lombardo” [Inf. [8] Only now do we understand that Ulysses’ voice, like Guido’s, must have been physically degraded by the effort of speaking as a flame. 55 Ora chi se’, ti priego che ne conte; 15,  60, 90, 98, and 271, note 33). it bring the Novarese the victory But the issue is not truly Boniface; the issue is what Boniface revealed about Guido. did not do worse with Absalom and David. [28] Now, Bertran de Born explains that his sundering of father from son in life is reflected in the sundering of his head from his torso in the afterlife: [29] The concept contrapasso is a shorthand for expressing the principle that governs the relationship between what the sinner did in life and what the sinner experiences in the afterlife. 76 Li accorgimenti e le coperte vie Guido uses the lexicon of repentance and conversion, but he scrambles the order — fatally. Then, passing into the eighth bolgia, they see that each sinner has been turned into a tongue of flame. Behold if any be as great as this. Oped, crying: “This is he, and he speaks not. 84non da pirate, non da gente argolica. 19 udimmo dire: «O tu a cu’ io drizzo 65 non tornò vivo alcun, s’i’ odo il vero, the others in that melancholy herd; it carried by the hair its severed head, Going city by city through the region, Dante explains that, although there is no outright war at present, Romagna is never free of war “in the hearts of its tyrants”: “Romagna tua non è, e non fu mai, / sanza guerra ne’ cuor de’ suoi tiranni” (Your Romagna is not now and never was / quite free of war inside its tyrants’ hearts [Inf. https://digitaldante.columbia.edu/dante/divine-comedy/inferno/inferno-27/ the ridge until the other arch that bridges That of the rings made such illustrious spoils, He references the pallor of one who is condemned to being buried alive: “colui che ne la fossa è messo” (one who is placed in the ditch [Purg. 54 tra tirannia si vive e stato franco. 28.107]), where he indicates the wisdom of resorting to full rather than half measures. His son Bonconte, whose story Dante recounts as a counterpoint to the father in Purgatorio 5, remained a warrior until his end, dying on the battlefield. The hallmark of this style is its ability to encompass within a 20-verse span both the erudite reference to the Roman historian Livy and the “tristo sacco / che merda fa di quel che si trangugia” (sad sack that makes shit of what is swallowed [Inf. 120 per la contradizion che nol consente”. [37] Mosca’s sin was to have counseled the Amidei to take their revenge not in the form of a beating or a mutilation, but to kill Buondelmonte and have done with it. quite free of war inside its tyrants’ hearts; and one his limb hacked off, that would not match That is adjudged upon thine accusations ?”. (However, theology runs afoul of history: for a historical example of papal absolution offered in advance, see Appendix 1 below.) [24] Disconversion is a necessary predicate to a meditation on conversion, and in the Commedia Guido da Montefeltro tells a devastating story of failed conversion. 28.135), nearly overthrew his father Henry II in 1173. 128 per ch’io là dove vedi son perduto, 72se troppa simiglianza non m’inganna. and tossing its sharp horn. I’ve seen above upon Italian soil. 27.122–23]), says the devil to Guido as he drags him off to hell. Curio, who in speaking was so bold ! Arming himself for battle with those who will resent his truth-telling, the author of the political treatise puts on “‘the breastplate of faith’, as Paul exhorts us”: But since truth from its unchangeable throne implores us, and Solomon too, entering the forest of Proverbs, teaches us by his own example to meditate on truth and loathe wickedness; and since our authority on morals, Aristotle, urges us to destroy what touches us closely for the sake of maintaining truth; then having taken heart from the words of Daniel cited above, in which divine power is said to be a shield of the defenders of truth, and putting on “the breast-plate of faith” as Paul exhorts us, afire with that burning coal which one of the seraphim took from the heavenly altar to touch Isaiah’s lips, I shall enter the present arena, and, by his arm who freed us from the power of darkness with his blood, before the eyes of the world I shall cast out the wicked and the lying from the ring. 104levando i moncherin per l’aura fosca, And all the rest, whose bones are gathered still. In base al sistema tolemaico, la Terra si trova al centro dell'universo ed il Sole e gli altri pianeti ruotano intorno ad essa. [17] Along with the Sicilian bull, there are other real tortures cited in Inferno. This dismissal was already mentioned in verse 3, where Ulysses’ flame departs “con la licenza del dolce poeta” (with the permission of the gentle poet [Inf. 73 Mentre ch’io forma fui d’ossa e di polpe the tongue had given them along their passage, we heard: “O you to whom I turn my voice, [38] Ironically, Mosca’s counsel, intended to avoid further evil repercussions for his faction, brought evil repercussions on the entire Tuscan race, for his counsel “was the seed of evil for the Tuscans”: “fu mal seme per la gente tosca” (Inf. [53] The theatricality of the scene in which St. Francis arrives for the soul of one of his Franciscans, only to be dismissed by the logic-wielding devil, is reminiscent of mystery plays and popular medieval drama. Barolini, Teodolinda. In him regarded, nor in me that cord His error is revealed in his syntax, in the conditional contrary to fact and the causal conjunctions plus temporal adverbs of verse 64: the words “ma però che già mai” — “given that never before” — give the impression of ironclad reasoning, but in truth the reasoning is faulty. The logic here is simple: commission of a sin requires the soul to will to carry out the sin, and it is not possible to will an act and repent of that act simultaneously. 126com’ esser può, quei sa che sì governa.

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