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Royal and Republican Sovereignty in Early Modern Europe

Essays in Memory of Ragnhild Hatton
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Cambridge University Press
Constitution: government & the state, European history: c 1500 to c 1750, c 1600 to c 1700, c 1700 to c 1800, Modern - 17th Century, History, History - General History, History: World, Europe, Modern - 18th Century, Europe - General, Europe--Politics and government, History / Europe / General, History-Modern - 17th Century, History-Modern - 18th Ce
ContributionsRobert Oresko (Editor), G. C. Gibbs (Editor), H. M. Scott (Editor)
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ISBN 100521026512
ISBN 139780521026512

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Thank you for your : Robert Oresko. Get this from a library. Royal and republican sovereignty in early modern Europe: essays in memory of Ragnhild Hatton. [Ragnhild Marie Hatton; Robert Oresko; G C Gibbs; H M Scott;] -- "This substantial collection of specially commissioned chapters addresses the theme of sovereignty and the sources and variety of political power in seventeenth- and eighteenth.

Republicanism became more prevalent in the Early Modern period, but monarchy remained predominant in Europe during the 19th century. Since the end of World War I, however, most European monarchies have been abolished. There remain, as oftwelve (12) sovereign monarchies in Europe. Of these, seven are kingdoms: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and.

A survey of the relationship between the monarchy and the state in early modern Europe. Royal and Republican Sovereignty in Early Modern Europe edited by Robert Oresko, G. Gibbs, H. Scott. Illustrated collection of essays by leading scholars on the theme of sovereignty and political power in 17th- and 18th-century Europe.

Resistance theory is an aspect of political thought, discussing the basis on which constituted authority may be resisted, by individuals or groups. In the European context it came to prominence as a consequence of the religious divisions in the early modern period that followed the Protestant ance theories could justify disobedience on religious.

Author of British foreign policy in the age of the American Revolution, Enlightened Absolutism, The European Nobilities of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Volume II, Cultures of power in Europe during the long eighteenth century, Royal and republican sovereignty in early modern Europe, Royal and republican sovereignty in early modern Europe, The birth of a Written works: The birth of a great power system, Borschberg, Peter Luso-Johor-Dutch Relations in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, c.

Itinerario, Vol. 28, Issue. 2, p. Agnew, John Sovereignty Regimes: Territoriality and State Authority in Contemporary World Politics. Annals of the Association of American Geographers Cited by: 'This is a fascinating book that retells history of modern cartography from an international relations perspective.

As such, Branch skillfully brings together critical interpretations from two areas of scholarship to provide a compelling argument on how the developments of maps and political sovereignty are crucially by: These volumes are the fruits of a major European Science Foundation project and offer the first comprehensive study of republicanism as a shared European heritage.

Whilst previous research has mainly focused on Atlantic traditions of republicanism, Professors Skinner and van Gelderen have assembled an internationally distinguished set of contributors whose studies highlight the.

ORESKO Robert, Ph.D., passed away at home in London, England on February 15th, He was age 63 and had lived most of his life in England. He is survived by his father, Nicholas Oresko of Cresskill. But if they did not speak of absolutism, early modern thinkers did often refer to absolute kings and in the 18th century even to enlightened despots.

The 14 essays in this collection, which derives from a conference at the University of Sussex, examine various theories of royal power and authority between the 14th and 18th centuries. Women, Armies, and Warfare in Early Modern Europe examines the important roles of women who campaigned with armies from to This included those notable female individuals who assumed male identities to serve in the ranks, but far more numerous and essential were the formidable women who, as women, marched in the train of armies/5.

Volume II, first published inis devoted to the study of key republican values such as liberty, virtue, politeness and toleration. This volume also addresses the role of women in European republican traditions, and contains a number of in-depth studies of the relationship between republicanism and the rise of a commercial society in early.

A republic (Latin: res publica, meaning “public affair”) is a form of government in which the country is considered a "public matter", not the private concern or property of the rulers.

The primary positions of power within a republic are attained, through democracy, oligarchy, or a mix thereof, rather than being unalterably occupied.

It has become the opposing form of government to a.

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Free Online Library: Was Shakespeare a republican. A review essay.(Nation, State and Empire in English Renaissance Literature: Shakespeare to Milton, Republicanism: A Shared European Heritage: Republicanism and Constitutionalism in Early Modern Europe, vol.

1, Shakespeare and Republicanism, Shakespeare, National Poet-Playwright, Republicanism: A. Parrott, David () ` A Prince Souverain and the French Crown: Charles de Nevers, ', in R. Oresko et al. (eds) Royal and Republican Sovereignty in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Memory of Ragnhild Hatton, pp.

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Cited by: -Royal govt. constantly intervened in market and attempted to secure advantage of itself and population at large by carefully supervising every aspect of commerce and investment -Held that goods and services that originated in home country could be exported to colonies and that colonies' exports must go to home country for use there or reexport.

Eric L. Santer, The Royal Remains: The People’s Two Bodies and the Endgames of Sovereignty (Chicago, ). J.H. Elliot, A Europe of Composite Monarchies, ó Past and Present (). Religion Philip Gorski, The Disciplinary Revolution: Calvinism and the Rise of the State in Early Modern Europe (Chicago, ).

This Oxford Handbook of Philosophy in Early Modern Europe is exactly what I needed to get. Each chapter (essay) is written clearly and gives us a lot of information about the main fields in early modern philosophy, such as epistemology, philosophy of language, metaphysic, etc.5/5(1).

Students of the early modern period may be presented with a relatively straightforward history of Ireland’s sovereignty: the rapid military domination of a politically fragmented Gaelic polity by subjects of the king of England—beginning two decades or so after the pope’s grant of the island, by right of the so-called Donation of Constantine, to King Henry II in —resulted in the.

modern theory of the state (; ). The rise of the signori or despots which followed the early flowering of the communes stimulated the development of a political ideology praising the virtues of liberty, meaning both political independence from overlords and internal republican government.

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This ideology took two forms or, as. (shelved 5 times as early-modern-europe) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Despite English and Dutch developments, absolutism dominated the political development of early modern Europe; Republican ideal of Italian city states, England, and Netherlands did not gain wide acceptance until eighteenth-century European enlightenment; By that time, states had become larger than their creators.

Royal and republican sovereignty in early modern Europe: essays in memory of Ragnhild Hatton (Book) 12 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. (Royal Historical Society Studies in History, new series, number ) Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell Press.

proposes that the Cordeliers Club of revolutionary Paris occupied a key transitional position between the classical republican tradition of early modern Europe and the politics of modern democratic agitation. Opening with a brief and Author: David Andress. Kevin Sharpe’s posthumously published Reading Authority and Representing Rule in Early Modern England is a collection of his interdisciplinary articles and chapters that highlight his work on redefining political history in early modern British studies from The volume is organised in two sections entitled respectively ‘reading authority’ and ‘representing rule’.

Republicanism in the United Kingdom is the political movement that seeks to replace the United Kingdom's monarchy with a those who want a non-hereditary head of state, the method by which one should be chosen is not agreed upon, with some favouring an elected president, some an appointed head of state with little power.

My full review of Joel Mokyr’s A Culture of Growth is forthcoming in the Independent unately, it won’t be out until the Winter issue is released so here is a preview. Specifically, I want to discuss one of the main themes of the book and my review: the role of political decentralization in the onset of economic growth in western Europe.Most current-day mapping of central Europe during the early modern period () emphasizes the division of the so-called Holy Roman Empire into its constituent states.

Detailed maps, readily available online, delineate every kingdom, duchy, principality, imperial city, and politically independent archbishopric and bishopric within the empire, as is evident in the .This groundbreaking book provides a sweeping reinterpretation of the religious and geopolitical conflicts of the seventeenth century, culminating in the emergence of the European state system.

The Struggle for Power in Early Modern Europe: Religious Conflict, Dynastic Empires, and International Change.