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Author Salmon, J. H. M. (John Hearsey McMillan), 1925-2005.

Title Renaissance and revolt : essays in the intellectual and social history of early modern France / J.H.M. Salmon
Published Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1987


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Description ix, 306 pages ; 24 cm
Series Cambridge studies in early modern history
Cambridge studies in early modern history.
Contents Machine derived contents note: Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I. Humanism, Stoicism, and Interest of State: 1. Cicero and Tacitus in sixteenth-century France -- 2. Protestant jurists and theologians in early modern France: the family of Cappel -- 3. French satire in the late sixteenth century -- 4. Rohan and interest of state -- Part II. Sovereignty, Resistance, and Christian obedience: 5. Bodin and the monarchomachs -- 6. An alternative theory of popular resistance: Buchanan, Rossaeus, and Locke -- 7. Gallicanism and Anglicanism in the age of the Counter-Reformation -- Part III. Structures and Fissures: 8. Venality of office and popular sedition in seventeenth-century France -- 9. Peasant revolt in Vivarais, 1575-1580 -- 10. The Paris Sixteen, 1584-1594: the social analysis of a revolutionary movement -- 11. The Audijos revolt: provincial liberties and institutional rivalries under Louis XIV -- Index
Analysis France 1498_1589
France, 1500-1600
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Renaissance -- France.
France -- History -- 16th century.
France -- Intellectual life -- 16th century.
France -- Social conditions -- 16th century.
France -- Social conditions.
LC no. 86033416
ISBN 0521327695