Yet, it is also Roth's view that "the prospect of a new democratic legitimism
replacing the effective control doctrine ...
"Reaction" (including "legitimism
" and "liberalism") ranged between 300 and 350 for the same period.
Initially, because of how it is situated within what Elisabeth Roudinesco calls "Lacanian legitimism
" (428), the Almanac of Psychoanalysis: Psychoanalytic Stories after Freud and Lacan may seem as interesting for the politics it exhibits as for the essays and other pieces included in it.
and mockery were two aspects of the same political discourse.
Finally, she is a symbol of an ideal past, and can therefore be equated with those displaced aristocrats who, like the Venus, would haunt the July Monarchy with the specter of legitimism
Petersburg under Nicholas I's "cosmopolitan legitimism
" (Paul Bushkovitch), but in establishing an Orthodox suffragan bishop in Riga in 1836 (which became an independent bishopric in 1850), the government, however unintentionally, created a cultural front for the future.
Governmental Illegitimacy in International Law elaborately argues two politically relevant propositions: (1) that the case for the democratic entitlement as the emerging norm in international law is weaker than is generally supposed; and (2) that liberal-democratic legitimism
(i.e., the use of the democratic entitlement as the basis for disregarding a government's legal prerogatives) is dangerous both to self-determination and to peace.
"Memory and Fidelity in French Legitimism
: Cretineau-Joly and the Vend&." Nineteenth-Century Contexts 21.4 (2000): 593-610.
(68) Nolde, to be sure, noted that within the bureaucracy there was a "contest between pure legitimism
and officials of progressive tendencies, and [it] was won by the latter." But the fruits of the 1905 Revolution, in Nolde's telling, derived not so much from the "all-nation struggle" as from the pragmatism of what he termed the "progressive bureaucracy." (69) Clearly, his father's role in the debates over the Fundamental Laws, and his own experience at the center of MID, the government's most progressive ministry, had shaped his reading of these events.
Lukacs, in The Historical Novel, writes: "The ideal of Legitimism
is to return to pre-Revolutionary conditions, that is, to eradicate from history the greatest historical events of the epoch" (26; my emphasis).
In the first half of the 1830s, Lyon had newspapers representing all the major tendencies of French politics and culture: pro and anti-regime varieties of liberalism, democratic republicanism, Catholic and royalist legitimism
. Lyon was also home to the first solidly established working-class newspapers in France, as well as to a feminist periodical and a radical, satirical press.