Giovanni Maurigi, un allievo illustre di Emerico Amari. Storia e politica nella Sicilia risorgimentale

Giorgio Scichilone

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Abstract

Giovanni Maurigi (1823-1881) was a very well known Sicilian jurist. Student of philosopher Emerico Amari, his maestro's intellectual stimulus led him to contribute to the 1848 risings in Palermo. He was a well known laywer during the Borbonic regime, who defended patriots persecuted by the government. After Italian unification he became a judge. A liberal, his own professional career can be interpreted as an example of Sicilian elite recruiting in the new unified state.
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)167-191
Numero di pagine25
RivistaStoria e Politica
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2011

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Giovanni Maurigi, un allievo illustre di Emerico Amari. Storia e politica nella Sicilia risorgimentale. / Giorgio Scichilone.

In: Storia e Politica, 2011, pag. 167-191.

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