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Giuseppe Ferrari (1811–1876)

Ferrari, Giuseppe (fer-rä’rē). An Italian historian and philosophical writer; born in Milan, 1811; died in Rome, July 1, 1876. Early trained to an unsparingly material and realistic standpoint, he became noted for the vigor and democratic impartiality of his ‘On Error’ (1840); ‘Campanella’s Religious Opinions’ (1840); ‘Machiavelli as Judge of the Revolutions of our Time’ (1849); ‘Philosophy of Revolutions’ (1851); ‘History of Italian Revolutions, or Guelphs and Ghibellines’ (1856–58).