The Renaissance

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Cambridge University Press, 1994 - 305 pages
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Contents

The ideal of liberty
3
The political implications
17
Rhetoric and liberty
23
The Churchs shortcomings
27
the theological debate
34
Scholasticism and liberty
49
the lay revolt
50
The spread of Lutheranism
65
The survival of Republican values
139
The theory of the Church
144
The reply to the heretics
166
The limits of constitutionalism
174
The duty to resist
189
The diffusion of humanist scholarship
193
The reception of humanist political thought
213
The context of the Huguenot revolution
239

The Florentine Renaissance
69
The defection of the radicals
73
The role of the secular authorities
81
The enforcement of the reformation
89
The age of princes
113
The legal tradition
123
The revival of Thomism
135
The humanist critique of humanism
244
The right to resist 303
257
Bibliography of primary sources
264
Bibliography of secondary sources
273
Index
289
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