A History of Political Thought in the Sixteenth Century
This book discusses the political thoughts in the sixteenth century. The book consists 28 chapters about Lutheranism and Calvinism, the anabapatist protest, the toleration controversy, the doctrine of non-resistance of England, the very and true Commonweal, the theory of royal supremacy under Henry VIII. the supremacy of Elizabeth, the laws of Ecclesiastical polity, the Catholic protest, the Puritan protest, the question of toleration, theories of the constitution and of sovereignty, Le Grant Monarchie de France, constitutional theories of France, the Huguenots and their allies, Salamonius and Buchanan, the Catholic league and its allies, the divine right of kings, Jean Bodin, Machiavelli, Guicciardini, and later Italian thought. This book is suitable for research on political thoughts in the sixteenth century in England, France, and Italy.
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