2 edition of politico-social ideas of Hugues Félicité Robert de Lamennais (1830-1854) found in the catalog.
politico-social ideas of Hugues Félicité Robert de Lamennais (1830-1854)
Charles Siegfried Pearson
An abridgment of thesis.
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Aeon Ideas. Detail from a portrait of Hugues Felicité Robert de Lamennais () by Ary Scheffer. (Courtesy Wikipedia) For most people today, socialism is associated with a secular or atheistic worldview. Since the October Revolution of , most socialist regimes have built on Marxist doctrines, and taken clear anti-religious stances. The government of the Emperor Napoleon judged the ideas of the books dangerous and banned their further printing. The following year they published a translation of the work of the noted 16th-century spiritual writer, the Benedictine Abbot Louis de Blois. In Lamennais was named a canon of the cathedral of : 8 September , Saint-Malo, Brittany, .
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In he was ordained a Roman Catholic priest. Over the next 6 years Lamennais became widely known in Europe for his Essay on Indifference in Matters of Religion, in which he argued that a genuine improvement in man's social condition must be based on religious truth.
Félicité Lamennais, in full Hugues-Félicité-Robert de Lamennais, (born JSaint-Malo, France—died Feb. 27,Paris), French priest and philosophical and political writer who attempted to combine political liberalism with Roman Catholicism after the French Revolution.
A brilliant writer, he was an influential but controversial figure in the history of the church in France. Email this Article. Félicité Lamennais was a French political writer, a former priest whose liberal political and religious ideas greatly agitated 19th-century France. HUGUES-FÉLICITÉ ROBERT DE LAMENNAIS bishops, community life for diocesan priests where possible, active recruitment for the priesthood, Christian schools for the poor, and vigorous "missions" in local parishes.
At the time the book was going through the press Napoleon annexed the Papal States and arrested Pius VII. Félicité Robert de Lamennais (–) was in his youth a thoroughly reactionary opponent of the French Revolution.
His central concern in religion was with the problem of authority. Inin a study of the state of the French Church, he was urging the need for a religious revival and for the enhancement of the social importance of the Author: John B.
Halsted. French priest in full Hugues Félicité Robert de Lamennais born JSaint Malo, France died Feb. 27,Paris French priest and philosophical and political writer who attempted to combine political liberalism with Roman.
Hugues Félicité Robert de Lamennais. The French political writer Hugues Félicité Robertde Lamennais () was a former priest whose liberal political and religious ideas greatly agitated 19th-century France.
Félicité de Lamennais was born on Jinto a well-to-do family in the town of Saint-Malo in Brittany. Lamennais, Hugues-Felicité Robert de (), the leading Catholic thinker of Restoration France. He was the first proponent of liberal Catholicism and an early advocate of social Catholicism.
His eventual advocacy of a conciliation between Catholicism and liberalism led to a rupture with the church. Hugues-Félicité Robert de Lamennais (or de la Mennais) (19 June - 27 February ), was a French Catholic priest, philosopher, and political theorist.
His famous opinions on matters of religion and government changed dramatically over the course of his life. The French political writer Hugues Félicité Robert de Lamennais () was a former priest whose liberal political and religious ideas greatly agitated 19th-century France.
Félicité de Lamennais was born on Jinto a well-to-do family in the town of Saint-Malo in Brittany. Hugues-Félicité Robert de Lamennais, (Saint-Malo, 19 de junio de - París, 27 de febrero de ) fue un filósofo, teólogo católico y político francés, condenado por las Encíclicas Mirari vos depor su pensamiento católico liberal, y la Singulari Nos depor persistir en sus ideas con el libro Paroles d'un croyant.
The People's Own Book Item Preview remove-circle The People's Own Book by Félicité Robert de Lamennais, Nathaniel Greene. Publication date Publisher C.C. Little & J. Brown Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Notes. Rebound in black buckram; stamped in. LAMENNAIS, HUGUES F É LICIT É ROBERT DE ( – ). Hugues F é licit é Robert de Lamennais, the French ecclesiastic and philosopher, was born in Saint-Malo, Brittany, and died in Paris. Lamennais received the tonsure in but was not ordained a priest until His early works in defense of ultramontanism won him the approval of Rome, but it was not long before his inability to.
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Hugues-Félicité Robert de Lamennais (or de la Mennais) (19 June - 27 February ), was a French Catholic priest, philosopher, and political theorist. He was one of the most influential intellectuals of Restoration France.