(34) See Ran Halevi, "Feuillants
," in Furet and Ozouf (eds.), Critical Dictionary, p p.
Instead, the argument, is measured in Ramsey's Appendix C (236-46) by a "performativity index of nineteen types of pious requests by testators and seven other "variables of performative behavior," including "indicators of immanence," "use of liturgical time and calendar," and bequests to such new orders as Jesuits, Capuchins, and Feuillants
. The mixed nature of Leaguer piety has led Ramsey to compare the wills composed in 1590 with those of pre-Tridentine provenance and also with later testaments reflecting reformist Catholic attitudes.
With this volume Philippe Berthier offers his reader an engaging and amply illustrated foray into the daily life of the characters of the Com,die humaine and their physical environments, whether Paris or the Provinces (or in regular shuttlings between the two) and whether in their salons or out on the terrasse des Feuillants
in the Tuileries.
340); the Feuillants
were not a 'short-lived' monastic order - they lasted over two centuries, from 1573 to 1791, whereupon their buildings, like those of the Jacobins, found an alternative and more memorable use.
The Legislative Assembly consisted of members of various political clubs, more or less radical, like the Feuillants
and the Cordeliers.
He then took a position at the two-Michelin-starred Le Carre des Feuillants
. Next he moved to Alsace to join the kitchen of the Auberge de l'lle,, a restaurant with three Michelin stars.
He began his career at Deauville and then won at Marseille before landing the Prix des Feuillants
While both moderate and far right deputies in the Assembly wanted to see the king reinstated, the Cordeliers and the Cercle Social called for a republic.(101) The Jacobins would do so in deciding to support a preliminary version the Champs-de-Mars petition, forcing their most conservative members to form their own splinter group, the Feuillants
.(102) Things would only become worse with the coming of the revolutionary war in 1792, which divided Brissot and Robespierre, and the September Massacres of 1792, which set the Montagnards against the Brissotins and other moderate members of the increasingly radical assembly.(103)
And in calling Jefferson ill-informed for identifying the Feuillants
as Jacobins, O'Brien ignores the wide spectrum of early Jacobinism.
Many of their more moderate members broke off and formed their own clubs, notably the Feuillants
. Among the best - known Jacobins are Mirabeau, Robespierre, Danton, and Marat.