4 edition of French counterrevolutionary theorist, Louis de Bonald (1754-1840) found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. (275)-294) and index.
|Series||Studies in modern European history -- vol. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 301p. ;|
|Number of Pages||301|
search Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald (2 October – 23 November ), was a French counter-revolutionary philosopher and politician. Mainly, he is remembered for developing a set of social theories that exercised a powerful influence in shaping the ontological framework from which French sociology would emerge. Biography Bonald was born in in Millau, a town in the Rouergue region of southern France, to an aristocratic family. He studied at the Oratorian Collège de Juilly. As an aristocrat, military service was expected, so in
Felicite de Lammenais (), Francois Rene de Chateaubriand (), and Louis-Ambroise vicomte de Bonald () While all of these thinkers exerted a considerable 12 I. Wallerstein, “The French Revolution as a World-Historical Event,” in The French Revolution and the. The social connections that the French conservative Louis de Bonald dubbed “relationships” are not necessarily political. de Maistre’s counterrevolutionary theory of .
Intellectual biographies are Henri Mouhm6, De Bonald (Paris, ) and David Klinck, The French Counter-Revolutionary Theorist, Louis de Bonald (1 ) (New York, 1 ). W. Jay Reedy is Professor of History at Bryant College. The French Right: from de Maistre to Maurras edited by J. S. McClelland. Italian Fascisms edited by Adrian Lyttelton. The Meaning of Conservatism by Roger Scruton. The New Science of Politics by Eric Voegelin. On Divorce by Louis de Bonald (the original, not me) The Person and the Common Good by Jacques Maritain. The Philosophy of Right by G. W.
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From the Publisher This examination of the life and thought of Louis de Bonald ( ), one of the foremost theorists of the French Counter-revolution, challenges the commonly held view that he was a defender of a traditional social order and of a pre-scientific way of by: 5.
The French Counterrevolutionary Theorist Louis de Bonald (). By David Klinck. [Studies in Modern European History, Vol. ] (New York: Peter Lang Publishing. Louis de Bonald book The French counterrevolutionary theorist, Louis de Bonald ().
[David Klinck] -- This examination of the life and thought of Louis de Bonald (), one of the foremost theorists of the French Counterrevolution, challenges the commonly held view that he was a defender of a.
Louis de Bonald and Joseph de Maistre shared the belief that Protestantism had sown the seeds of a fatal individualism whose logical consequence was the disorder of revolution. Bonald's writing on women demonstrates that for all his insistence on absolute power, his Author: Bee Wilson.
The book introduces English speaking readers to six French Catholic writers, providing a well written introduction to the writers and then a selection of each author's writings. These are the lost voices of the French Revolution, counter-revolutionary thinkers who focused their attention on the permanent things while providing elegant arguments for their principles/5(4).
Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald (2 OctoberLe Monna (part of Millau), Rouergue (now Aveyron) – 23 NovemberLe Monna), was a. No./92 $+ Printed in Great Britain "a Pergamon Press Ltd LOUIS DE BONALD: THE FORESHADOWING OF THE INTEGRAL NATIONALISM OF CHARLES MAURRAS AND THE ACTION FRANISE IN THE THOUGHT OF THE FRENCH COUNTERREVOLUTION DAVID KLINCK* As is well known, Charles Maurras' doctrine of Integral.
Born in in Le Monna near Millau in the south of France and educated mainly at the Oratorian Collège de Juilly near Paris, Bonald soon acquired a taste for mathematics and the physical sciences, which he never found incompatible with his Christian pietism and which would come to distinguish his own theological conservatism from the doctrines of other counterrevolutionary figures of his day.
Louis-Gabriel-Ambroise, viscount de Bonald, (born Oct. 2,Le Monna, near Millau, Fr.—died Nov. 23,Le Monna), political philosopher and statesman who, with the French Roman Catholic thinker Joseph de Maistre, was a leading apologist for Legitimism, a position contrary to the values of the French Revolution and favouring monarchical and ecclesiastical authority.
Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald (2 OctoberLe Monna (part of Millau), Rouergue (now Aveyron) - 23 NovemberLe Monna), was a French counter-revolutionary. For the Anglo-American world, Edmund Burke is the touchstone of counter-revolutionary thought, but in this volume, Christopher Olaf Blum shows that in attempting to vindicate the principles that.
On the European continent, Louis de Bonald has long been named alongside Edmund Burke and Joseph de Maistre as a foremost firstR generation critic of the French Revolution and founder of.
On Divorce is an anti-divorce treatise by Louis de Bonald, originally published in in response to the institution of divorce in France in the aftermath of the French Revolution/5(4).
Transaction Publishers, - Social Science - pages 0 Reviews On Divorce is an anti-divorce treatise by Louis de Bonald, originally published in in response to the institution of divorce. Most extreme form of opposition to Enlightenment ideas was French Catholic counterrevolutionary philosophy- as represented by the ideas of Louis de Bonald () and Joseph de Maistre ().
These men were reacting against not only the Enlightenment but also the French Revolution. David Klinck: The French Counterrevolutionary Theorist, Louis De Bonald () (Studies in Modern European History, Vol 18), Gabriele Lorenz: De Bonald als Repräsentant der gegenrevolutionaren Theoriebildung: Eine Untersuchung zur Systematik und Wirkungsgeschichte (European university studies.
Series XIII, French language and. Louis-Gabriel-Ambroise, vicomte de Bonald était un homme politique, philosophe et essayiste français, grand adversaire de la Révolution française. Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald was a French counter-revolutionary philosopher and politician/5(1).
The French counterrevolutionary theorist, Louis de Bonald () by David Klinck (Book) De Bonald by Henri Moulinié (Book) Les prophètes du passé by J Barbey d'Aurevilly (Book).
Journals & Books; Help Vol Issues 1–3, AugustPages Louis de Bonald: The foreshadowing of the integral nationalism of Charles Maurras and the action Française in the thought of the French counterrevolution. Author links open overlay panel David Klinck.
Although the book failed in its a -With On Divorce, Nicholas Davidson has given us the first complete English translation to be published of any work by Louis de Bonald (), who stands with Edmund Burke and Joseph de Maistre as one of the greatest theorists of the conservative reaction in Europe to the French Revolution.
: Louis De Bonald. Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald, is one of the great French counter-Revolutionary conservative thinkers. For an overview of his life, see “ Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald,” here at Counter-Currents.
F. Roger Devlin has written several pieces assessing Bonald’s contribution to the North American New Right. words Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald, is one of the great French counter-Revolutionary conservative thinkers.
For an overview of his life, see “ Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald,” here at Counter-Currents. F. Roger Devlin has written several pieces assessing Bonald’s contribution to the North American New Right.o French Catholic counterrevolutionary philosophy: Louis de Bonald and Joseph deMaistre.
o Against not only enlightenment but also French revolution •De Bonald was disturbed by the revolutionary changes. His view is that God is the source of society •Therefore, reason, which was so important to the enlightenment philosophers, was seen.