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Hans Reiter and the politics of remembrance.
  • Robert Zaller
  • Medicine
  • Seminars in arthritis and rheumatism
  • 1 February 2003
“I will use treatment to help the sick according to my ability and judgment, but never with a view to injury and wrongdoing. I will keep pure and holy both my life and my art. In whatsoever houses IExpand
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“Interest of State”: James I and the Palatinate
The guiding policy of James I, as King of England and the acknowledged leader of Protestant Europe, had been since his accession one of rapprochement with the great Catholic powers. To this end heExpand
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Breaking the Vessels: The Desacralization of Monarchy in Early Modern England
At his execution in 1649, Charles I remained in the eyes of many a divine king, this despite the fact that the concept of a sacerdotally marked or empowered monarch clashed with Reformation ideals.Expand
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Print and Protestantism in Early Modern England
The second chapter in this section, “Memorializing the City,” is by Merritt, who deals with the various editions of Stow’s work that appeared between 1598 and 1720. Her essay, “The Reshaping ofExpand
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Afterword Representative Government: How Sure a Thing?
Representative government appears to be so universally accepted a paradigm in the twenty-first century, at least ideologically, that its expositors tend to assume its historical inevitability. WhenExpand
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What Does the English Revolution Mean? Recent Historiographical Interpretations of Mid-Seventeenth Century England
The past twenty years have seen a particularly intense scholarly interest in the English Revolution, an interest that shows no sign of waning. There has been close attention to the outbreak of theExpand
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