Table of contents for Reason and its others : Italy, Spain, and the New World / David Castillo and Massimo Lollini, editors.

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Introduction: Reason and Its Others in Early Modernity 
(A View from the South) 
David Castillo and Massimo Lollini 
ix 
part i 
Of Walls and Windows: 
Containment Machines and the Drive Towards the Unknown 
1 The Telescope in the Baroque Imagination 
Andrea Battistini 
3 
2 Descartes in Naples: The Reception of Passions de l'_me 
Silvia Contarini 
39 
3 Fernando de Herrera Invented the Internet: Technologies 
of Self-Containment in the Early Modern Sonnet 
Leah Middlebrook 
61 
4 A Ritual Practice for Modernity: 
Baltasar Graci_n's Organized Body of Taste 
Bradley Nelson 
79 
5 An Unreasonable Journey? The Place of Europe and 
Italy in Francesco Negri's Viaggio settentrionale 
Nathalie Hester 
101 
6 Baroque Sapphic Poetry: A Feminist Road Not Taken 
Dianne Dugaw and Amanda Powell 
123 
part ii 
Of Houses and Cities: 
Early Modern Spaces and the Aporias of Baroque Reason 
7 The Foreigner and the Citizen: A Dialogue 
on Good Government in Spanish Naples 
John A. Marino 
145 
viii 
C O N T E N T S 
8 
The Baroque Public Sphere William Childers 
165 
9 
Reason's Baroque House (Cervantes, Master Architect) William Egginton 
186 
10 
Spanish Mannerist Detours in the Mapping of Reason: Around Cervantes' Novelas Ejemplares Julio Baena 
204 
11 
The Genealogy of the Sublime in the Aesthetics of the Spanish Baroque Anthony J. Cascardi 
221 
part iii The West Wing: America and the Frontiers of Reason 
12 
Sacrificial Politics in the Spanish Colonies Fernando R. de la Flor 
243 
13 
Bartolom_ de las Casas on Imperial Ethics and the Use of Force George Mariscal 
259 
14 
Imperialism and Anthropophagy in Early Modern Spanish Tragedy: The Unthought Known Margaret Greer 
279 
15 
Reason and Utopia at the Imperial Borders: Modernity/ Coloniality in the Jesuits' Reducciones in Paraguay Fernando Ordo-ez 
296 
16 
Universal History: Vico's New Science between Antiquarians and Ethnographers Giuseppe Mazzotta 
316 
Afterword: Reasoning the Other Luis Mart'n-Estudillo and Nicholas Spadaccini 
331 
Contributors 
341 
Index 
347 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Spanish literature -- Classical period, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
Spain -- Intellectual life -- 1516-1700.
Baroque literature -- History and criticism.
Italian literature -- 16th century -- History and criticism.
Italian literature -- 17th century -- History and criticism.
Italy -- Intellectual life -- 1559-1789.
Latin America -- Intellectual life -- 16th century.