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Serie I: Œuvres

IV

Discours au Tribunat. De la possibilité d'une constitution républicaine dans un grand pays (1799–1803)

[Complete Works. Series I, Volume 4: Speeches to the Tribunal. De la possibilité d'une constitution républicaine dans un grand pays (1799-1803)]

Ed. by Sanchéz Mejía, Maria Luisa / Kloocke, Kurt

DE GRUYTER MOUTON

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    Publication Date:
    September 2017
    Copyright year:
    2005
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    978-3-11-092890-7
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    Aims and Scope

    This volume contains (a) Constant's remarkable speeches to the Tribunal, published after all available sources, including the minutes of the sessions, with records of all his interventions and of a lost speech, (b) fragments of an uncompleted work »De la possibilité d'une constitution républicaine dans un grand pays«, edited on the basis of all the manuscripts, (c) a number of other texts from the same period, and (d) a partial copy of »Des circonstances actuelles« by Mme de Staël, which left its mark on the uncompleted work and is essential to an informed understanding of the initial foundations of Constant's political thinking. This rich collection of texts presented from an unwonted perspective is rounded off, as always, by a chronology, bibliographic resources, and an index of proper names.

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    23.0 x 15.5 cm
    xx, 924 pages
    9 Fig.
    DE GRUYTER MOUTON
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    French
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    "On trouvera également dans ce volume important De la possibilité d'une constitution républicaine dans un grand pays, où María Luisa Sánchez-Mejía se livre à un minutieux et remarquable travial d'analyse dans une relativement longue introduction où rien n'est oublié."
    In: Cahiers Staelins 6/2007

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