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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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The big question for Goethe, as for Chateaubriand, Guizot, and Tocqueville, is how to preserve our inherited "spiritual principles" under "categorically modified historical circumstances.
Armelle Guizot is working in operational risk consulting and on-demand special research projects at various firms globally.
Em 1874 e publicada a Histoire Generale de la Civilisation en Europe, de Guizot, obra muito influente no pensamento de Fukuzawa e traduzida para o japones por Nagamine Hideki.
They demanded the right of association, the re-introduction of a divorce law, equal education for girls (the Guizot law of 1833 only demanded that communes provide primary schooling for boys) and urged solidarity among women, regardless of class.
The ideas of Tocqueville, Ouinet, Royer-Collard, and Guizot already discussed in the Critical Dictionary, occupy centre stage here.
Guizot, a minister in Louis-Philippe's government, writing in 1828 suggests that Europe's varied political history could lead to a new form of government where compromise would be the ideal.
The first was Erskine, with his humanistic ideal of a `teaching Christ' and of politics as a religious vocation, the friend of Carlyle, Madame de Stael, Guizot and the Christian Socialist F.
In the same manner, Kelly admirably brings together the trust and belief in freedom professed by Jacques Necker, Alexandre Vinet, and Frangois Guizot.
In addition to ageing French deputies, the lorette in Nadaud's song frequents men of all nationalities, haughtily claiming: "Mieux que Guizot, de ma diplomatie/Je sais partout etendre les filets.
Thereafter, he moved his center of gravity toward Montesquieu, Tocqueville, Benjamin Constant, and Guizot.