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'La Violence et la mauvaise foi': Context and rhetoric in Pierre Bayle's Ce que c'est que la France toute Catholique

  title={'La Violence et la mauvaise foi': Context and rhetoric in Pierre Bayle's Ce que c'est que la France toute Catholique},
  author={Jennifer Margaret Mary Browne},
ii Acknowledgements ii 



Catholic Particularity in Seventeenth-Century French Writing: ‘Christianity is Strange

  • R. Parish
  • Philosophy
    Modern Language Review
  • 2013
Introduction 1. Particularity and apologetics 2. Particularity and physicality 3. Particularity and language (i): talking about God 4. Particularity and language (ii): talking for God 5.

The Papacy, 1073-1198: Continuity and Innovation

Preface List of abbreviations Part I. The Papal Government: 1. Rome and the patrimony of St Peter 2. The college of cardinals 3. Papal councils 4. Papal legates 5. Papal justice 6. The papacy, the

The Je-Ne-Sais-Quoi in Early Modern Europe: Encounters with a Certain Something

PART I: WORD HISTORY 1. A Modish Name PART II: CRITICAL HISTORIES 2. A Secret of Nature? Descartes and the Philosophers 3. The Stroke of Passion: Pascal and the Poets 4. A Sign of Quality: Bouhours

Empirical History and the Transformation of Political Criticism in France from Bodin to Bayle

This article shows how sixteenth- and seventeenth-century arguments about historical evidence and elite humanist traditions of textual criticism and historical method evolved into the secular

Ad C. Herennium : de ratione dicendi (Rhetorica ad Herennium)

The Rhetorica ad Herrenium was traditionally attributed to Cicero (106 43 BCE), and reflects, as does Cicero s De Inventione, Hellenistic rhetorical teaching. But most recent editors attribute it to

Une réponse aux « artifices de parole » : la religion du serment. François Desmarest sur les pas de Simon Vigor

En 1682, parait un petit volume aujourd'hui neglige par l'historiographie, La Religion du Serment, presente comme l'edition, ou plutot la reecriture, d'un traite posthume de Simon Vigor (1556-1624).

Michel de Certeau and the Limits of Historical Representation

The polymath Michel de Certeau is traditionally seen as one of a group of French post-structuralist thinkers who reject constructs in the social sciences in favor of the diversity of the everyday or

Fictions of a Catholic France: The Naturalization of Foreigners, 1685-1787

BETWEEN THE REVOCATION OF the Edict of Nantes (October 1685) and the grant of the Edict of Toleration (November 1787), France was officially a Catholic country. Indeed, the conjunction of Catholicism

Tartuffe, Religion, and Courtly Culture

of the 1620's by followers of Cardinal Pierre de Berulle, the Company (known to its victims and critics as the cabale des devots) enlisted prominent nobles, magistrates and officials, as well as