Law and Conscience: Catholicism in Early Modern England, 1570-1625

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 1. jan. 2007 - 256 strani
This work aims to analyze and interpret the relation between religion and politics in English Catholic thought between the 16th and 17th centuries.
 

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The Debate Before and After the Excommunication
11
The Political Significance of the First Mission of the Society
33
in Schooles to the Bloody Question
45
Old Ideas and New Interpretations at the End of Elizabeths Reign
53
Smile Muses smile A Noble one suceedes Eliza lawfull
81
The Story of Thomas Pounde
87
Thomas Egerton Lord Ellesmere and the Catholic Question
104
The Oath of Allegiance
117
Bellarmines Solution
139
A Change in the Political Debate
161
A Change in the Theological Debate
195
Suggestions for a Reappraisal
209
Conclusions
223
Index
245
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O avtorju (2007)

Stefania Tutino is Professor in the Department of History, University of California - Santa Barbara, USA.

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