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The Resource Eighteenth-century Europe : tradition and progress, 1715-1789, Isser Woloch, Gregory S. Brown

Eighteenth-century Europe : tradition and progress, 1715-1789, Isser Woloch, Gregory S. Brown

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Eighteenth-century Europe : tradition and progress, 1715-1789
Title
Eighteenth-century Europe
Title remainder
tradition and progress, 1715-1789
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Isser Woloch, Gregory S. Brown
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Language
eng
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1937-
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Woloch, Isser
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Brown, Gregory S.
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The Norton history of modern Europe
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  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Europe
  • Enlightenment
  • Europe
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Eighteenth-century Europe : tradition and progress, 1715-1789, Isser Woloch, Gregory S. Brown
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-344) and index
Contents
  • Russia
  • Secondary and Higher Educational Institutions
  • Legal and Medical Education: The Persistence of Tradition
  • Freemasonry
  • Varieties Of Cultural Expression
  • Public Theater and Theater Publics
  • The Transformation of Playwriting
  • Art and Music
  • Popular Culture
  • The Uses Of Print: Diffusion And Resistance
  • Literacy, Religion, and Primary Education
  • Southern Europe
  • A Reading Revolution?
  • Authorship
  • Printing and the Book Trade in England and France
  • The Public Sphere and Repression Elsewhere in Europe
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 8
  • Churches and Religious Life
  • Religious Diversity, Toleration, And Intolerance
  • The Catholic Church In Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • The Gallican Church: Catholicism in France
  • States In Decline And Transition
  • Challenges to the Gallican Church in France
  • Catholic Popular Piety
  • Protestantism In Revival
  • Pietism in Prussia
  • Pietism in the Habsburg Empire
  • English Methodism
  • Popular Intolerance in England
  • Female Pietists and Methodists
  • Judaism And Islam In Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Judaism
  • Northern Europe: The Decline of Sweden and Poland
  • Image and Reality of Islam
  • Religious Belief, Reform, And The Abolition Of The Slave Trade
  • ch. 9
  • Toward an Age of Democratic Revolution?
  • Cracks In The Old Order
  • The Second Partition of Poland
  • The Pugachev Rebellion in Russia
  • The Patriot Revolution in the Netherlands
  • The Turn To Democratic Revolution
  • Crowds and Reformers in England
  • The Ottoman Empire
  • Colonial Rebellion in America
  • The Coming Of The French Revolution, 1774-1789
  • Social Tensions
  • Cultural Origins of the French Revolution
  • The Failure of Reform
  • The Pre-Revolution, 1787-1789
  • Popular Unrest and the Convergence of Revolutions
  • British Politics And Government
  • British Politics at the Accession of George III
  • The British State and Public Finance
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 2
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Warfare, Diplomacy, and International Competition
  • War And Peace In Eighteenth-Century Europe: Relations Among States
  • The Peace of Utrecht
  • King George's Wars
  • The Great War for Empire: The Seven Years War
  • The First Partition of Poland and Eastern European Rivalries
  • The Culture and Practice of Diplomacy
  • Military, State, And Society In Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Military Life
  • Strategy, Tactics, and Technology
  • ch. 1
  • ch. 3
  • The Social Order
  • Rural Society
  • Lords and Serfs in Eastern and Central Europe
  • Seigneurs and Peasants in Western Europe
  • Rural Communities
  • Agrarian Reform: Failure of an Era
  • An Age Of Aristocracy
  • The Spectrum of Noble Elites
  • The English Upper Class: Aristocracy and Gentry
  • Government and Political Culture
  • The Nobility and the State
  • Urban Society
  • Urban Elites
  • The Worlds of Work
  • ch. 4
  • Demographic and Economic Change
  • Population Growth
  • Historical Demography
  • The Death Rate
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Concepts Of Statecraft: Monarchies And Empires
  • Marriage Patterns and Birthrates
  • The Beginnings of Contraception
  • Economic Growth
  • Sustained Growth
  • Money and Credit
  • The Global Economy
  • The Atlantic Slave Trade and Plantation Slavery
  • The Beginnings Of Structural Change In England
  • The Agricultural Revolution
  • The Beginnings of Industrialization
  • State Power And Absolutist Monarchies
  • ch. 5
  • Poverty and Public Order
  • The Struggle Against Poverty
  • The Family Economy
  • From Poverty to Indigence
  • The Indigent and the State on the Continent
  • The English Poor Laws
  • Unwanted Children
  • Crime And Punishment
  • Judicial Mechanisms
  • Absolutism and the French State
  • Torture and Punishment
  • Criminality
  • Poaching and the Game Laws
  • Rights and Riots
  • ch. 6
  • The Enlightenment
  • The Philosophes And The Enlightenment As A Movement
  • The Encyclopedie and Enlightenment Thought
  • The Encyclopedie: Publication and Resistance
  • Enlightenment Themes: Reason, Nature, And Religion
  • The Rise of Brandenburg-Prussia
  • Deism and Empiricism
  • The Enlightenment and the Wider World
  • The Moral Basis of Enlightenment Political Theory: Montesquieu
  • The Enemy of Infamy: Voltaire
  • Rousseau: Morality, Nature, and Sentiment
  • Women, Gender, and Morality
  • Mary Wollstonecraft and A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
  • Economic Man
  • Economic Theory: Luxury and Commerce
  • Physiocracy and Laissez Faire
  • The Habsburg Monarchy
  • Adam Smith: The Social Value of Labor
  • Other Enlightenments
  • Materialism: Radical or Utilitarian Enlightenment?
  • Idealism: The German Enlightenment
  • ch. 7
  • Living the Enlightenment: The Public Sphere
  • The Ideal Of Public And Forms Of Public Space
  • Salons, Literary Gatherings, and Coffee Houses
  • Scientific and Literary Academies
  • Enlightenment Science and Colonial Society
Control code
ocn702941912
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xiv, 362 p.
Isbn
9780393929874
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2011006760
Other control number
40021728384
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)702941912
Label
Eighteenth-century Europe : tradition and progress, 1715-1789, Isser Woloch, Gregory S. Brown
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-344) and index
Contents
  • Russia
  • Secondary and Higher Educational Institutions
  • Legal and Medical Education: The Persistence of Tradition
  • Freemasonry
  • Varieties Of Cultural Expression
  • Public Theater and Theater Publics
  • The Transformation of Playwriting
  • Art and Music
  • Popular Culture
  • The Uses Of Print: Diffusion And Resistance
  • Literacy, Religion, and Primary Education
  • Southern Europe
  • A Reading Revolution?
  • Authorship
  • Printing and the Book Trade in England and France
  • The Public Sphere and Repression Elsewhere in Europe
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 8
  • Churches and Religious Life
  • Religious Diversity, Toleration, And Intolerance
  • The Catholic Church In Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • The Gallican Church: Catholicism in France
  • States In Decline And Transition
  • Challenges to the Gallican Church in France
  • Catholic Popular Piety
  • Protestantism In Revival
  • Pietism in Prussia
  • Pietism in the Habsburg Empire
  • English Methodism
  • Popular Intolerance in England
  • Female Pietists and Methodists
  • Judaism And Islam In Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Judaism
  • Northern Europe: The Decline of Sweden and Poland
  • Image and Reality of Islam
  • Religious Belief, Reform, And The Abolition Of The Slave Trade
  • ch. 9
  • Toward an Age of Democratic Revolution?
  • Cracks In The Old Order
  • The Second Partition of Poland
  • The Pugachev Rebellion in Russia
  • The Patriot Revolution in the Netherlands
  • The Turn To Democratic Revolution
  • Crowds and Reformers in England
  • The Ottoman Empire
  • Colonial Rebellion in America
  • The Coming Of The French Revolution, 1774-1789
  • Social Tensions
  • Cultural Origins of the French Revolution
  • The Failure of Reform
  • The Pre-Revolution, 1787-1789
  • Popular Unrest and the Convergence of Revolutions
  • British Politics And Government
  • British Politics at the Accession of George III
  • The British State and Public Finance
  • Conclusion
  • ch. 2
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Warfare, Diplomacy, and International Competition
  • War And Peace In Eighteenth-Century Europe: Relations Among States
  • The Peace of Utrecht
  • King George's Wars
  • The Great War for Empire: The Seven Years War
  • The First Partition of Poland and Eastern European Rivalries
  • The Culture and Practice of Diplomacy
  • Military, State, And Society In Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • Military Life
  • Strategy, Tactics, and Technology
  • ch. 1
  • ch. 3
  • The Social Order
  • Rural Society
  • Lords and Serfs in Eastern and Central Europe
  • Seigneurs and Peasants in Western Europe
  • Rural Communities
  • Agrarian Reform: Failure of an Era
  • An Age Of Aristocracy
  • The Spectrum of Noble Elites
  • The English Upper Class: Aristocracy and Gentry
  • Government and Political Culture
  • The Nobility and the State
  • Urban Society
  • Urban Elites
  • The Worlds of Work
  • ch. 4
  • Demographic and Economic Change
  • Population Growth
  • Historical Demography
  • The Death Rate
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Concepts Of Statecraft: Monarchies And Empires
  • Marriage Patterns and Birthrates
  • The Beginnings of Contraception
  • Economic Growth
  • Sustained Growth
  • Money and Credit
  • The Global Economy
  • The Atlantic Slave Trade and Plantation Slavery
  • The Beginnings Of Structural Change In England
  • The Agricultural Revolution
  • The Beginnings of Industrialization
  • State Power And Absolutist Monarchies
  • ch. 5
  • Poverty and Public Order
  • The Struggle Against Poverty
  • The Family Economy
  • From Poverty to Indigence
  • The Indigent and the State on the Continent
  • The English Poor Laws
  • Unwanted Children
  • Crime And Punishment
  • Judicial Mechanisms
  • Absolutism and the French State
  • Torture and Punishment
  • Criminality
  • Poaching and the Game Laws
  • Rights and Riots
  • ch. 6
  • The Enlightenment
  • The Philosophes And The Enlightenment As A Movement
  • The Encyclopedie and Enlightenment Thought
  • The Encyclopedie: Publication and Resistance
  • Enlightenment Themes: Reason, Nature, And Religion
  • The Rise of Brandenburg-Prussia
  • Deism and Empiricism
  • The Enlightenment and the Wider World
  • The Moral Basis of Enlightenment Political Theory: Montesquieu
  • The Enemy of Infamy: Voltaire
  • Rousseau: Morality, Nature, and Sentiment
  • Women, Gender, and Morality
  • Mary Wollstonecraft and A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
  • Economic Man
  • Economic Theory: Luxury and Commerce
  • Physiocracy and Laissez Faire
  • The Habsburg Monarchy
  • Adam Smith: The Social Value of Labor
  • Other Enlightenments
  • Materialism: Radical or Utilitarian Enlightenment?
  • Idealism: The German Enlightenment
  • ch. 7
  • Living the Enlightenment: The Public Sphere
  • The Ideal Of Public And Forms Of Public Space
  • Salons, Literary Gatherings, and Coffee Houses
  • Scientific and Literary Academies
  • Enlightenment Science and Colonial Society
Control code
ocn702941912
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xiv, 362 p.
Isbn
9780393929874
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2011006760
Other control number
40021728384
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)702941912

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