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Gjuro Baglivi, De fibra motrice et morbosa / O zdravom i bolesnom motoričkom vlaknu (On the nature and disorders of motor fiber). Zagreb: Prometej and Medicinski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, 1997. Pages 434.

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00.P65 Dubrovnik Annals 5 (2001)128 institutione di tutta la vita de l’huomo nato nobile e in città libera, Sperone Speroni’s Della cura familiare and Dialogo d’amore, in the Castiglione’s above-mentioned Il Cortegiano, and many others. In defense of Nikola Gozze, one should say that although his work mirrors the old, conservative ideas and patterns, his life-style was characterized by a new outlook. His wife Marija and friend Cvijeta ZuzoriÊ indulged just as equally in the cultural pursuits at Gozze’s estate in Trsteno and took part there in dialogues on love and beauty. One should also point out the injustice Marinko ©iπak did to Marija Gozze by denying her the authorship of the foreword to her husband’s book on meteor- ology, in which Marija courageously argued against the public opinion of Dubrovnik, in defense of her friend Cvijeta ZuzoriÊ. Speak- ing boldly of the relationship between the genders and stating her view on the prob- lem, Marija became the only woman of Ren- aissance Dubrovnik and Croatia to take her place among the Humanistic feminists so numerous in Italy of the first half of the six- teenth century. These commentaries on Governo della famiglia related to the contemporary soci- ety of Dubrovnik and Europe should be un- derstood as historiographic complements to the philosophical analysis that supplements the new Croatian edition. After all, it is through the interdisciplinary approach that we will achieve a more complete picture of this and any other source. I believe that di- verse interpretations such as these will be stimulated by the Croatian translation of Gozze’s treatise. Zdenka JanekoviÊ-Römer Gjuro Baglivi, De fibra motrice et morbosa / O zdravom i bolesnom motoriËkom vlaknu (On the nature and disorders of motor fiber). Zagreb: Prometej and Medicinski fakultet SveuËiliπta u Zagrebu, 1997. Pages 434. First published in Rome in 1702, Gjuro Baglivi’s most important treatise on medi- cal theory, De fibra motrice et morbosa, has recently appeared in Croati

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