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Fleur Johns. This article begins from an intuition that aspirations for governance on a global scale may have been seeded among the historical habits of humanism, as well as among those economic and technological phenomena on which other scholars of globalization most frequently focus.
It argues that modern predilections for constitutionalizing, distinguishing, ranking, tempering and charting, and fearing that which resists such handling, are as significant to contemporary perceptions of globalization and its governance as any of the technological and economic developments said to underpin it. This argument is elaborated by interpolating some contemporary accounts of global governance with unlikely historical counterpoints drawn from the sixteenth century city-state of Venice: historical counterpoints that draw attention to the vital role of the foreign, the popular and the vulgar in building and defending centres of global governance.
In so doing, this article aims to probe the ambiguous role that Modern political legacies play in contemporary scholarship. Transgressive potential is not, this article argues, exterior or opposed to monolithic accounts of global governance: it is there at their every inception. Nicla Riverso. During the Council of Trent , Protestants felt humiliated and excluded from the decisions made by the popes and had therefore been looking to redeem their position in Christendom.
Because Sarpi was one of the most eminent Catholic theologians of the period, Protestants drew on his criticisms of the Church for support of their cause. Sarpi's work offered Protestant writers the means to demonstrate that their arguments against the pope and the Church of Rome were well founded.