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Ideas in history.
Durham, N.C., Duke University Press, 1965
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Herr; Louis Reichenthal Gottschalk; Harold Talbot Parker
|Notes:||Erratum slip inserted.
--Isabel II and the cause of constitutional monarchy, by J.E. Fagg.--The myth of counterrevolution in France, 1870-1914, by E.R. Tannenbaum.--The dissolution of German historism, by G.G. Iggers. Natural rights: The Soviet and the "Bourgeois" Diderot, by G.B. Carson, Jr.--Conclusion, by R. Herr.--Writings of Louis Gottschalk (p. -380).
|Description:||xx, 380 pages 25 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction, by H.T. Parker.--The great inversion: America and Europe in the eighteenth-century revolution, by R.R. Palmer.--Utopia in modern Western thought: The metamorphosis of an idea, by L.C. Tihany.--Toward the history of the common man: Voltaire and Condorcet, by K.J. Weintraub.--A temperate crusade: The Philosophe campaign for Protestant toleration, by G. Adams.--French administrators and French scientists during the old regime and the early years of the Revolution, by H.T. Parker.--The legend of Voltaire and the cult of the Revolution, 1791, by R.O. Rockwood.--Robespierre, Rousseau, and representation, by G.H. McNeil.--Good, evil, and Spain's rising against Napoleon, by R. Herr. The liberals and Madame de Staël in 1818, by E. Cappadocia.--The haunted house of Jeremy Bentham, by G. Himmelfarb.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Richard Herr and Harold T. Parker.|