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The reception of Edmund Burke in Europe

Author: Martin Fitzpatrick; Peter Jones
Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2017.
Series: Athlone critical traditions series, . 24.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Over the last fifty years the life and work of Edmund Burke (1729-1797) has received sustained scholarly attention and debate. The publication of the complete correspondence in ten volumes and the nine volume edition of Burke's Writings and Speeches have provided material for the scholarly reassessment of his life and works. Attention has focused in particular on locating his ideas in the history of
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Reception of Edmund Burke in europe.
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2017
(DLC) 2016041009
Named Person: Edmund Burke; Edmund Burke; Edmund Burke; Edmund Burke; Edmund Burke
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Fitzpatrick; Peter Jones
ISBN: 9781441196651 144119665X
OCLC Number: 958066379
Description: xxxi, 400 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chronology: Edmund Burke's life and works --
Timeline: the reception of Burke --
Introduction / Peter Jones and Martin Fitzpatrick --
The reception of Burke in Ireland / Martyn Powell --
The paradoxes of Edmund Burke's reception in America, 1757-1790 / Mark Spencer --
Burke and rational dissent / Martin Fitzpatrick and Anthony Page --
Some nineteent-century appraisals of Burke's Reflections: from Sir James Mackintosh to John Morley / Gregory Claeys --
Edmund Burke, the French Revolution and his French critics / Jeremy Jennings --
Edmund Burke and the writings of Benjamin Constant / Cecil Patrick Courtney --
'The climacteric event in our history': aspects of Burke's reception in France / Norbert Col --
An ambivalent conservatism. Edmund Burke in the Netherlands 1770-1870 / Wessel Krul --
The reception of Edmund Burke's imperial ideas relating to India, or Burke, the Brahmin and the hot-house / Sunil Agnani --
Did an Edinburgh debate on taste delay responses to Burke? / Peter Jones --
Edmund Burke's physiological aesthetics in medico-philosophical circles and art criticism, 1757-1840 / Aris Sarafianos --
Burke's political and aesthetic ideas in Spain: a view from the right? / Lioba Simon Schuhmacher --
The reception of Edmund Burke's aesthetic ideas in Italy: translations as thresholds of interpretation / Daniele Niedda --
The reception of the Enquiry in the German-language area in the second half of the eighteenth century: August Gottlieb Meißner and Johann Gottfried Herder / Tomáš Hlobil --
The reception of Edmund Burke's aesthetics in Hungary / Piroska Balogh --
Varieties of old regime Europe: thoughts and details on the reception of Burke Reflections in Germany / László Kontler.
Series Title: Athlone critical traditions series, . 24.
Responsibility: edited by Martin Fitzpatrick and Peter Jones.

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"Over the last fifty years the life and work of Edmund Burke (1729-1797) has received sustained scholarly attention and debate. The publication of the complete correspondence in ten volumes and the nine volume edition of Burke's Writings and Speeches have provided material for the scholarly reassessment of his life and works. Attention has focused in particular on locating his ideas in the history of eighteenth-century theory and practice and the contexts of late eighteenth-century conservative thought. This book broadens the focus to examine the many sided interest in Burke's ideas primarily in Europe, and most notably in politics and aesthetics. It draws on the work of leading international scholars to present new perspectives on the significance of Burke's ideas in European politics and culture."--

"Wide-ranging study of the reception of Burke's ideas in Europe by leading international scholars"--

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