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Chapter One: Authority in the Modern State
I. The Origins of the Modern State
II. State and Government
III. The Nature of Obedience
IV. The Limitations of Power
V. The Attack on the Secular State
VI. The Division of Power
VII. The Organisation of Power
VIII. The Significance of Freedom
IX. The Direction of Events
X. Conclusion
Chapter Two: Bonald1
I. The Implication of Theocracy
II. The Basis of Traditionalism
III. The Political Theory of Bonald
IV. The Attack on the Individual
V. Implications of the Attack
VI. The Religious Aspect of the State
VII. Criticisms
VIII. The Revival of Traditionalism
IX. The Traditionalism of M. Brunetière
X. The Traditionalism of M. Bourget
XI. The Significance of Variety
Chapter Three: Lamennais
I. The Problem of Lamennais
II. The Church in the Napoleonic Age
III. Early Ultramontanism
IV. The Glorification of Rome
VI. The Transition to Liberalism
VII. The Foundation of L’Avenir
VII. The Appeal to Rome
IX. The Condemnation
X. The Red Cap on the Cross
XI. Implications
XII. The Inheritance
XIII. Conclusion
Chapter Four: The Political Theory of Royer-Collard1
I. The Significance of the Restoration
II. The Theory of the Charter
III. Necessary Freedoms
IV. Implications
V. Ethics and Politics
I. The Right of Association
II. The Complaints of the Civil Service
III. The Claims of the Civil Service
V. The Attack of the Jurists
VI. The Attack of the Politicians
VII. The Movement Towards Reform
Appendix: Note on the Bibliography of Lamennais
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Contents
Chapter One: Authority in the Modern State ....................................................................................... 5
I. The Origins of the Modern State ...................................................................................................... 5
II. State and Government..................................................................................................................... 8
III. The Nature of Obedience.............................................................................................................. 11
IV. The Limitations of Power .............................................................................................................. 15
V. The Attack on the Secular State .................................................................................................... 20
VI. The Division of Power ................................................................................................................... 28
VII. The Organisation of Power ......................................................................................................... 33
VIII. The Significance of Freedom ..................................................................................................... 37
IX. The Direction of Events ................................................................................................................ 47
X. Conclusion ...................................................................................................................................... 52
Chapter Two: Bonald ............................................................................................................................ 59
I. The Implication of Theocracy .......................................................................................................... 59
II. The Basis of Traditionalism .......................................................................................................... 61
III. The Political Theory of Bonald ..................................................................................................... 63
IV. The Attack on the Individual ........................................................................................................ 66
V. Implications of the Attack .............................................................................................................. 69
VI. The Religious Aspect of the State ................................................................................................ 75
VII. Criticisms .................................................................................................................................... 77
VIII. The Revival of Traditionalism ................................................................................................... 80
IX. The Traditionalism of M. Brunetière ........................................................................................... 82
X. The Traditionalism of M. Bourget ................................................................................................. 85
XI. The Significance of Variety ........................................................................................................... 90
Chapter Three: Lamennais .................................................................................................................. 94
I. The Problem of Lamennais ............................................................................................................. 94
II. The Church in the Napoleonic Age ............................................................................................... 94
III. Early Ultramontanism ................................................................................................................. 98
IV. The Glorification of Rome ...........................................................................................................
Contents
Chapter One: Authority in the Modern State ....................................................................................... 5
I. The Origins of the Modern State ...................................................................................................... 5
II. State and Government..................................................................................................................... 8
III. The Nature of Obedience.............................................................................................................. 11
IV. The Limitations of Power .............................................................................................................. 15
V. The Attack on the Secular State .................................................................................................... 20
VI. The Division of Power ................................................................................................................... 28
VII. The Organisation of Power ......................................................................................................... 33
VIII. The Significance of Freedom ..................................................................................................... 37
IX. The Direction of Events ................................................................................................................ 47
X. Conclusion ...................................................................................................................................... 52
Chapter Two: Bonald ............................................................................................................................ 59
I. The Implication of Theocracy .......................................................................................................... 59
II. The Basis of Traditionalism .......................................................................................................... 61
III. The Political Theory of Bonald ..................................................................................................... 63
IV. The Attack on the Individual ........................................................................................................ 66
V. Implications of the Attack .............................................................................................................. 69
VI. The Religious Aspect of the State ................................................................................................ 75
VII. Criticisms .................................................................................................................................... 77
VIII. The Revival of Traditionalism ................................................................................................... 80
IX. The Traditionalism of M. Brunetière ........................................................................................... 82
X. The Traditionalism of M. Bourget ................................................................................................. 85
XI. The Significance of Variety ........................................................................................................... 90
Chapter Three: Lamennais .................................................................................................................. 94
I. The Problem of Lamennais ............................................................................................................. 94
II. The Church in the Napoleonic Age ............................................................................................... 94
III. Early Ultramontanism ................................................................................................................. 98
IV. The Glorification of Rome ...........................................................................................................

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