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Benjamin Constant and the birth of French liberalism

K. Steven Vincent


Title Benjamin Constant and the birth of French liberalism
Author K. Steven Vincent
Series Palgrave studies in cultural and intellectual history
Place of Publication (Country Code) US
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Date [2011]
Size & Duration viii, 280 pages ; 22 cm
Description ISBN : 9780230110090 (alk. paper)
Description 機器種別 : unmediated
Description キャリア種別 : volume
Description 表現種別 : text
Description Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN 9780230110090
LC No. 2010030931
Partial Title Machine generated contents note: Benjamin Constant: the early years (1767-1795) -- The emergence of liberalism (1795-1797) -- Liberal dilemmas (1797-1802) -- Liberal culture: sensibilité and Sociability -- Liberal pluralism and the Napoleonic empire (1802-1815) -- "Une philosophie engagée"
Year of Publication(W3CDTF) 2011
Subject Heading(Keyword) Constant, Benjamin, 1767-1830
Subject Heading(Keyword) Liberalism--France--History--19th century
LCC PQ2211.C24
DDC 320.5/1094409034
Summary・Abstract "Benjamin Constant (1767-1830) has come to be recognized, not only as an important novelist, but also as a major theorist of early liberalism. This book provides a densely contextualized intellectual biography of Constant that imbeds his thought in French political developments during the revolutionary era. Vincent argues that Constant's distinctive liberal political stance emerged during the Directory and Consulate, earlier than other scholars have claimed. He also demonstrates that Constant's thought was deeply influenced by traditions of sensibility and pluralism. While political issues are privileged, the personal dimension of Constant's trajectory is not overlooked; indeed, the reader also learns much about Constant's tormented love life and in particular about his important and long relationship with Germaine de Staël"--
Target Audience 一般
Material Type 図書
Language(ISO639-2 Form) eng : English

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