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The French Revolution and the creation of modern political culture. Volume 3, The transformation of political culture, 1789-1848

Author: François Furet; Mona Ozouf
Publisher: Oxford : Pergamon Press, 1989.
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This third volume in a much praised series on The French Revolution and the Creation of Modern Political Culture examines the way in which the Revolution has been portrayed in European thought and its impact upon the development of political philosophy in the nineteenth century. Opening with the influence of Burke and other contemporaries of the Revolution and the ensuing debate over the question ""Why the  Read more...
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French Revolution and the creation of modern political culture
(OCoLC)20421278
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: François Furet; Mona Ozouf
ISBN: 9781483286556 148328655X
OCLC Number: 886664358
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 693 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; The Transformation of Political Culture 1789-1848; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Part I: Burke or Why a Revolution?; Presentation; Chapter 1. Edmund Burke and the Redefinition of Enthusiasm: the Context as Counter-Revolution; Notes; Comment: or Pièce Rétrospective; Chapter 2. Poetical Liberties: Burkes's France and the ""Adequate Representation"" of the English; Notes; Chapter 3. Burke et les Allemands; Les critiques allemandes des Lumières avant Burke; Burke et la critique de la Révolution; Burke et ses émules allemands; Conclusion; Notes. Chapter 4. Burke et les FrançaisBurke et les monarchiens; Burke et les théocrates; Burke et les libéraux français; Conclusion; Notes; Chapter 5. Edmund Burke and the Émigrés; Notes; Part II: Why the Terror?-1; Presentation; Chapter 6. ""Monstres sanguinaires"" et ""circonstances fatales"". Les discours thermidoriens sur la Terreur.; Découvrir la Terreur; Châtier les coupables; Des circonstances fatales?; Notes; Chapter 7. Constant, Staël et la Révolution françhise; 1. Benjamin Constant; 2. Madame de Staël; Chapter 8. La Terreur sous le Directoire; Notes. Chapter 9. Benjamin Constant: comment parler quand l' éloquence est épuiséeNotes; Part III: Why the Terror?-2; Presentation; Chapter 10. Kant et le régicide; Notes; Chapter 11. Les sens de la Terreur chez Hegel; Chapter 12. Fichte et la Terreur; 1. L'appréhension ""esthétique"" de la Terreur; 2. Fichte ne fut pas un terroriste; 3. Le terrorisme et la philosophie politique de Fichte; 4. Conclusion. Fichte et la terreur; Notes; Chapter 13. Un regard sur le jacobinisme allemand: idéologic et activités de certains de ses représentants notoires en France pendant la Révolution; Notes. Chapter 14. Raison et contingence: Humboldt sur la constitution de 1791Notes; Part IV: How to End the Revolution?; Presentation; Chapter 15. La Contre-Révolution, Joseph de Maistre; Notes; Chapter 16. Bonald, 1796-1801: Contre-Révolution et politique du possible; Le sens de la Restauration; La Restauration ou l'inversion de la Révolution; Gérer la Revolution ou le moment de la Géopolitique; Du politique à la politique, ou les contradictions de la modernité; Notes; Chapter 17. Closing the French Revolution: Saint-Simon and Comte; Revolution and social science; A science of social organization. History and social scienceConclusion; Notes; Part V: The Revolution and Christianity; Presentation; Chapter 18. Quelques remarques sur la notion de ""secularisation""; Le cycle de l'idéal; Le devenir-chrétien du monde et le devenir-monde du ""christianisme""; Notes; Chapter 19. Réformation et Révolution; Notes; Chapter 20. La rupture entre l' Eglise catholique et la Revolution; Refus de la rupture ou ruptures multiples?; La constitution civile du clergé: mécanisme de la rupture; Les dimensions de la rupture; Le temps de la rupture; Notes; Chapter 21. La Révolution comme religion nouvelle.
Other Titles: Transformation of political culture, 1789-1848
Responsibility: edited by François Furet and Mona Ozouf.

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This third volume in a much praised series on The French Revolution and the Creation of Modern Political Culture examines the way in which the Revolution has been portrayed in European thought and its impact upon the development of political philosophy in the nineteenth century. Opening with the influence of Burke and other contemporaries of the Revolution and the ensuing debate over the question ""Why the Terror?"", this volume explores such diverse themes as the legacy of the Revolution on the political and social evolution of Germany, England, Italy and Russia; the crisis it brought about i.

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