Redefining the Sacred - Religion in the French and Russian Revolutions

des pages: : 226
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ISBN: : 978-3-631-57218-4
Type de format: : fb2, ibooks, azw, odf, epub, lit, pdf, mobi, cbt
Prix: : FREE
Auteure: : Daniel Schönpflug,Martin Schulze wessel,
Les données: : 01/05/2012
EAN: : 9783631572184

Redefining the sacred: religion in the French and Russian revolutions 1 A Verfügbarkeit anzeigen / bestellen. Short Title, Redefining the sacred. Portail de téléchargement de livres Redefining the Sacred: Religion in the French and Russian Revolutions by Daniel Schoenpflug, Martin Schulze Wessel" . Fondées au début du XXe siècle, les Annales historiques de la Révolution française sont éditées par la Société des Redefining the Sacred. Religion in the French and Russian Revolutions by Daniel Schönpflug, Martin Schulze Wessel (pp.Secularizations and the Origins of the French Revolution, in: Daniel Schönpflug / Martin Schulze Wessel (Hg.), Redefining the Sacred. Religion in the French and Russian Revolutions, Berlin , S. Revolution and religion have appeared as antagonistic forces, representing the struggle of modernity against tradition. Only recently have these conventional patterns of interpretation been questioned. Historians explore the religious origins of revolutions, look at clergymen and churches as revolutionary actors and analyze how revolutionary movements appropriate religious patterns of thought and . The revolutions of 17were defining moments for religious history in France, Russia, and even in Europe as a whole. Drawing on the self-portrayals of some of the most radical actors, historians have presented revolutionaries as enemies of the church, and men of the church either as counter-revolutionaries or as victims of streetzen.net: Daniel Schönpflug.


Redefining the Sacred - Religion in the French and Russian Revolutions