The aim of this paper is to analyse the Italian translations of some economic texts written by the Spanish economist Valentín de Foronda in the 1780s. The Italian translator Giovanni Fabbroni – member of the Florentine Accademia de’ Georgofili – wanted to support his own ideas about laissez-faire and government intervention, showing the popularity of similar concepts. In a diachronic perspective, this paper wants to underline the ideological and polyphonic components that determine the translator’s choices and the linguistic, traductologic and lexical particularities of the texts.
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