Horst Steinke, Vico’s Ring. Notes on the“Scienza nuova”, its Structure, and the Hermeneutics of Homer’s Works
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BOOK IV: THE COURSE THE NATIONS RUN

Introduction (§ 915)

I. Three Kinds of Natures (§§ 916-918)

II. Three Kinds of Customs (§§ 919-921)

III. Three Kinds of Natural Law (§§ 922-924)

IV. Three Kinds of Governments (§§ 925-927)

V. Three Kinds of Languages (§§ 928-931)

VI. Three Kinds of Characters (§§ 932-936)

VII. Three Kinds of Jurisprudence (§§ 937-941)

VIII. Three Kinds of Authority (§§ 942-946)

IX. Three Kinds of Reason (§§ 947-953)

X. Three Kinds of Judgments (§§ 954-974)

XI. Three Sects of Time (§§ 975-979)

XII. Other Proofs Drawn from the Properties of the Heroic

Aristocracies (§§ 980-1003)

XIII. Other Proofs Taken from [Mixed Commonwealths]

(§§ 1004-1019)

XIV. Final Proofs to Confirm the Course of Nations

(§§ 1020-1045)

BOOK V: THE RECOURSE OF HUMAN INSTITUTIONS

Introduction (§ 1046)

I. The Latest Barbaric History Explained (§§ 1047-1056)

II. The Recourse the Nations Take over the Eternal Nature of Fiefs

(§§ 1057-1087)

III. Survey of the Ancient and the Modern World (§§ 1088-1096)

CONCLUSION (§§ 1097-1112)