Liberty and Concord in the United Provinces : Religious Toleration and the Public in the Eighteenth-Century Netherlands. (eBook, 2002) [WorldCat.org]
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Liberty and Concord in the United Provinces : Religious Toleration and the Public in the Eighteenth-Century Netherlands.

Author: Joris Van Eijnatten
Publisher: Leiden : BRILL, 2002.
Series: Brill's Studies in Intellectual History Ser.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Joris van Eijnatten offers an outline of developments in the intellectual debate on religious liberty, religious toleration and religious concord in the 18th century Netherlands, emphasising changes in the relations between religious belief and the public sphere.
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Van Eijnatten, Joris.
Liberty and Concord in the United Provinces : Religious Toleration and the Public in the Eighteenth-Century Netherlands.
Leiden : BRILL, ©2002
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joris Van Eijnatten
ISBN: 9004247629 9789004247628
OCLC Number: 965158254
Description: 1 online resource (573 pages)
Contents: LIBERTY AND CONCORD IN THE UNITED PROVINCES; COPYRIGHT ; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABBREVIATIONS; CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION; 1.1 THE PERSISTENCE OF CONCORD; 1.2 THE CONSTRAINTS OF LIBERTY; 1.3 THE NEED FOR TOLERATION; CHAPTER TWO CONTAINING SECTS; INTRODUCTION: THE CONFESSIONAL PUBLIC SPHERE; 2.1 PEACE IN SALEM; 2.2 PIETIST DEVIANTS; 2.3 ZINZENDORF'S ITINERARY ; 2.4 THE SPECTRE OF SEPARATISM ; CHAPTER THREE VARIATIONS IN CONSENSUS; INTRODUCTION: FACES OF THE PUBLIC CHURCH; 3.1 GUARDING THE FOLD; 3.2 THE FRANEKER SCHOOL; 3.3 THE LAST ECCLESIASTICAL REGENT; 3.4 PREROGATIVES UNDER DISPUTE. 3.5 PRECONDITIONS OF REFORMED IRENICISM3.6 LUTHER AS A CALVINIST; CHAPTER FOUR RAPPROCHEMENT IN DISSENT; INTRODUCTION: THE PRAYER DAY AS SYMBOL OF UNITY; 4.1 THE ARMINIAN ART OF MODEST POLEMIC; 4.2 ENGLISH COMPREHENSION AND SWISS LENIENCY; 4.3 APOLOGIZING FOR THE BROAD CHURCH; 4.4 ANABAPTISM ASSIMILATED; 4.5 THE ROMAN CHURCH, OR THE LIMITS OF CIVILIZATION; CHAPTER FIVE FREE REPUBLICS, ALIEN CIVILIZATIONS AND IDEAL STATES; 5.1 MAGISTERIAL REPUBLICANS; 5.2 VISIONS OF CONCORD IN RHYME; 5.3 PHILOSOPHERS' FELICITY; 5.4 KRINKE KESMES AND OTHER MIGHTY COMMONWEALTHS. 5.5 ON THE STATE OF NATURE AND THE DOMINANT CHURCH5.6 SEEDS SOWN BY TIRION AND THOMASIUS; 5.7 THE POLITICIZATION OF PEACE; 5.8 AFTER THE REVOLUTION: THE STATE, THE CHURCH, AND THE CHRISTIAN NATION; CHAPTER SIX ADVANCING FUNDAMENTALS; INTRODUCTION: THE SUBVERSION OF PUBLIC ORTHODOXY; 6.1 DUPLICITY IN COLLABORATION; 6.2 THE GERMAN NEW REFORMERS; 6.3 THE HISTORICAL IMPERATIVE; 6.4 THE ATTACK ON ECCLESIASTICAL ESTABLISHMENT; 6.5 THE RESULTS: DOCTRINAL SIMPLICITY AND MORAL PRACTICE; CHAPTER SEVEN QUALITIES OF THE POLITE CHRISTIAN; INTRODUCTION: SINCERITY AND CHANGE; 7.1 IN PRAISE OF CANDOUR. 7.2 HARMONY, MODERATION, DEMOGRAPHY, AND COMMERCE7.3 SWAYING THE PUBLIC IN WEEKLY ANALYSES; 7.4 VEHICLES OF POLITENESS (I): REASONABLENESS; 7.5 VEHICLES OF POLITENESS (2): PIETY AND PREACHING; 7.6 EDUCATING THE COMMON MAN; 7.7 THE VIRTUES OF DIVERSITY; EPILOGUE: THE PURSUIT OF CIVILIZATION ; SHORT-TITLE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SOURCES; BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SECONDARY WORKS; INDEX OF NAMES.
Series Title: Brill's Studies in Intellectual History Ser.

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