François Hotman
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François Hotman a revolutionary"s ordeal. by Kelley, Donald R.

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton [N.J.] .
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  • Hotman, François, -- 1524-1590.

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François Hotman was a French Protestant lawyer and writer, associated with the legal humanists and with the monarchomaques, who struggled against absolute monarchy. Background Hotman was born on Aug in Paris, France, the eldest son of Pierre Hotman (), Seigneur de Villers-St-Paul, jure uxoris and Paule de Marle, heiress of. Franco-Gallia [François Hotman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. My Design being to give an Account of the Laws and Ordinances of our Francogallia as far as it may tend to the Service of our Commonwealth in its present Circumstances; I think it proper in the first place to set forth the State of Gaul before it was reduced into the Form of a Province by the Romans 5/5(1).   It was into such a world — a world of intellectual revival and religious reform, of moral revulsion and (at least potentially) social revolution — that François Hotman was born. CHAPTER 2. The Making of a Protestant. Paris, "Bon jurisconsulte, mauvais chrestien." Brantôme (sixteenth-century Pages: François Hotman. Franco-Gallia. Birthplace: Paris, France Location of death: Basel, Switzerland Cause of death: unspecified. Gender: Male Religion: Protestan. French scholar and jurist, eldest son of Pierre Hotman, was born on the 23rd of August , at Paris, his family being of Silesian origin. His name is latinized by himself Scholar.

  HOTMAN, FRANÇOIS (–), French publicist, eldest son of Pierre Hotman, was born on the 23rd of August , at Paris, his family being of Silesian origin. His name is latinized by himself Hotomanus, by others Hotomannus and Hottomannus. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blocaille, Étienne. Étude sur François Hotman. Genève, Slatkine Reprints, (OCoLC) Named Person.   The rise of constitutional self-government in early modern Europe, I argue, owes much to a nationalist liberation narrative pioneered by French Huguenot François Hotman in response to appeals by absolutist thinkers to Roman law, which put the power of the king beyond legal or constitutional restraint, Hotman wove together tales of the heroism of ancient Gauls and Franks Author: Ethan Alexander-Davey. Francogallia by François Hotman, In fact, much of the book was written before and formed part of a revival of Huguenot constitutional thought coinciding with the second civil war. On the surface, Francogallia is a work of antiquarianism: it deals with Gauls, Romans and Franks. Its real purpose, however, was to legitimise.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Theory of tyrannicide. The Monarchomachs included jurists such as the Calvinists François Hotman (–), Théodore de Bèze (–), Simon Goulart (–), Nicolas Barnaud (–), Hubert Languet (–), Philippe de Mornay (–) and George Buchanan (–), as well as Catholic writers such as Juan de Mariana (–). Historiography - Historiography - Guillaume Budé and François Hotman: Throughout the Middle Ages the Code of Justinian, or Corpus Juris Civilis (“Body of Civil Law”), the four-volume codification of Roman law compiled under the patronage of the Byzantine emperor Justinian (–), was regarded as the quintessence of human law, applicable in virtually every situation. Hotman, François () Also known as Hotman, François, (sieur de Villiers Saint Paul) () Hotoman, Francis () Libraries Australia.