4 edition of The French Oratorians and absolutism, 1611-1641 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Charles E. Williams.|
|Series||American university studies., v. 47|
|LC Classifications||BX3855 .W54 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 494 p. :|
|Number of Pages||494|
|LC Control Number||88012721|
The Congregation of the Oratory of Jesus and Mary Immaculate, best known as the French Oratory, is a Catholic Society of apostolic life of Catholic priests founded in in Paris, France, by Pierre de Bérulle, later a cardinal of the Catholic Church. They are known as Bérullians or Oratorians. The French Oratory had a determinant influence on the French school of spirituality throughout the 17th . Absolutism: The day after Cardinal Mazarin's death, Louis XIV, at the age of twenty three, expressed his determination to be a real king and the sole ruler of France: Less than fifty years after his death, the great French writer Voltaire used the title "Age of Louis XIV" to describe his history of Europe from to Historians have.
Charles E. Williams, The French Oratorians and Absolutism, – (New York: Peter Lang, ), 53– Google Scholar. Buy Physical Book Learn about institutional subscriptions. Cite chapter. How to cite? The French Oratorians and absolutism, by Charles E Williams (Book) La théologie politique de Pierre de Bérulle, by Stéphane-Marie Morgain (Book).
1. Bodin was a French lawyer who lived during the religious wars in France. He was upset by the mayhem of St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre and sought to provide a political plan to stabilize the French regime. His most famous work, Six Books of the Commonwealth (), was the first in-depth and systematic argument for absolutism in modern Europe. (22) Charles E. Williams, The French Oratorians and Absolutism, (New York, ), p. The Oratory was inspired by Saint Charles Borromeo's Oblates of Saint Ambrose, founded in Milan in , and by Saint Philip Neri's earlier Congregation of the Oratory, founded in Rome in
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Williams. BX W54 Father Jean de la Trinité and the hidden children of St. Jovite. Absolutism in France. The Foundations of French Absolutism: When Henry IV became King of France inhe inherited a royal ts were on the verge of starvation due to poor harvests; wolves, and bands of demoralized soldiers were a constant danger, and the population shrinking.
Absolutism within France was a political system associated with kings such as Louis XIII and, more particularly, Louis XIV.
Absolutism or absolute monarchical rule was developing across Europe during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Important politicians such as Cardinal Richilieu were staunch supporters of absolutism.
Absolute rule meant that the power of the monarch was. Absolute monarchy in France slowly emerged in the 16th century and became firmly established during the 17th te monarchy is a variation of the governmental form of monarchy in which the monarch holds supreme authority and where that authority is not restricted by any written laws, legislature, or customs.
In France, Louis XIV was the most famous exemplar of absolute monarchy. The Nature of Absolutism Absolutism is that form of rule in which sovereignty is embodied in one person, who rules absolutely, although the term may be too strong. Absolute rulers claimed to rule by divine right; that is, God had made them King.
The subjects of the realm were bound to obey the sovereign both as a matter of law and in obedience to the will of God. A French rebellion that was caused by Mazarin's attempt to increase royal revenue and expand state bureaucracy; caused Louis XIV to distrust the state and turn to absolutism Cause of The Fronde -Mazarin's struggle to increase royal revenues.
The French Oratorians and Absolutism, By CHARLES E. WILLIAMS. American University Studies, Series 9, History New York: Peter Lang Publishing, xvii + pp.
$ The book is made of three distinct sections: 1) Berulle and the early Oratorians, 2) the social origins of the members of the Congregation, 3) the. 3 On the French Oratory – the internal divisions, pro-Augustinian leanings and disagreements with the Jesuits which played an important part in Hersent's story – see Williams, Charles, The French Oratorians and absolutism, –, New York The French Oratorians and Absolutism, - ; In Search of An American Identity; Christianity and the Kikuyu; The Principle of the Personality of Law in the Germanic Kingdoms of Western Europe from the Fifth to the Eleventh Century; From Gaul to De Gaulle; Screening America; The Diplomatic Significance of Ionian Neutrality, Growth of European Nation-States THE DEVELOPMENT OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE * Francis I (Valois): Rival of the HRE and Charles V, unsuccessfully battled to weaken Habsburgs.
* Concordat of Bologna: Granted the Pope right to collect the first year’s revenue from the Church offices in return for the ability to nominate high officials in the French Churchnationalized the.
The Origins of French Absolutism, book. The Origins of French Absolutism, DOI link for The Origins of French Absolutism, The Origins of French Absolutism, book. By Alan James. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 14 January French absolutism was about to reach its climax.
Common Questions About French Absolutism. Q: What exactly is French Absolutism. French Absolutism was a style of monarchy where the monarch had absolute power based on divine right.
In other words God gave the monarch the right to rule however and whenever from anywhere. The book as the subject of a distinct historical discipline dates from the landmark publication of L'Apparition du livre by Lucien Febvre and Henri-Jean Martin in In this further contribution to his pathbreaking work with Febvre, eminent French historian Henri-Jean Martin explores the role of the book and book industry in early modern s: 3.
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Yves-Marie Bercé's The Birth of Absolutism offers a refreshingly original approach to the history of France between the Edict of Nantes and the personal rule of Louis XIV, a period dominated by the names of two cardinals, Richelieu and Mazarin.
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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. This controversial study takes the provocative line that the French monarchy was a complete success.France - France - Absolutism of Louis: Thus, in religious matters (except where Jansenism was concerned), in his dealings with the nobility and the Parlement, in his attitude toward the economy, and in his manner of governing the country, Louis revealed a desire to exercise a paternal control of affairs that might suggest a modern dictator rather than a 17th-century king.The French Oratorians and Absolutism, – (New York: Lang, ), 7 – 29; 90– Burnell, Peter, “ Concupiscence and Moral Freedom in Augustine and before Augustine,” Augustinian Studies 26 (): 49 –