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Guizot

Fran?ois Pierre Guillaume . 1787--1874, French statesman and historian. As chief minister (1840--48), his reactionary policies contributed to the outbreak of the revolution of 1848
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All the Powers of old Europe have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this spectre: Pope and Czar, Metternich and Guizot, French Radicals and German police-spies.
Guizot write in it; something quite stupid, after all.
Lucien Jaume's new book, originally published in French in 2008, won the Prix Francois Guizot of the Academie Francaise and is an excellent example of the high esteem and careful commentary that Tocqueville is now deservedly given in France.
Finally, Jaume emphasizes Tocqueville's constant dialogues with great contemporaries, which are examined in detailed discussions of his interactions with Franqois Guizot, his reflections on his guillotined great-grandfather Malesherbes, and his conversations with his famous uncle Rene de Chateaubriand, who influenced Tocqueville's view of the leveling social processes in modern democracies.
The liberal tradition known for its greater receptivity to the role played by beliefs, customs and historical experience, and associated with the likes of Constant, Tocqueville and Guizot, is in part built on this Rousseauian intuition.
Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot (1787 - 1874) was a French historian, orator, and statesman.
Si l'emploi du terme << patrimoine >>, au sens ou nous l'entendons aujourd'hui, parait assez recent et se generalise vraiment dans les annees 1970, Jean-Michel Leniaud rappelle que Puthod de Maison-Rouge, ancien gendarme du roi et membre de la commission des antiquaires, l'utilise deja en 1790, tout comme le ministre Guizot, en 1823, pour designer le patrimoine collectif (Leniaud 2000 : 184).
in the chair, and this was responded to by Francois Guizot (1787-1874),
Even the traditional political science treatises revealed an ambiguity when it came to a clear definition of civil society: in his work, History of Civilisation in Europe, Francois Guizot (4) associated civil society with the existence of general interests and public sphere; still in the 19th century, there was a principled opposition between the model of civil society put forward by Tocqueville (based on the principles of social solidarity, mutual tolerance, non-violence and the right to peaceably assembly) and the Hegelian model, founded upon the principles of individualism and private property (this model was based on the existence of individual rights prior to their assimilation in the civil society).
Jean Luc Guizot, head of Total UAE, talked about the importance of this partnership between the Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi and Total in the field of environment, noting that this partnership emphasizes the commitment of the Government of Abu Dhabi to protect the environment and wild life.
Perhaps recalling Smith's aid to Louis-Philippe's governance, French statesman Francois Guizot discerned: "It is his condition to be witty, as it is that of Lady Seymour"--a renowned Whig diva--"to be beautiful.
93) Selon une formule restee celebre depuis 1820, tel que cite dans F Guizot, Du gouvernement de la France depuis la Restauration, Paris, Ladvocat, 1821 a la p 77.