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ISBN   9781781680100 (pbk.)
  1781680108 (pbk.)
  9781781680117 (hbk.)
  1781680116 (hbk.)
Autors   LinkAnderson, Perry
Nosaukums   Lineages of the absolutist state / Perry Anderson.
Izdošanas ziņas   London ;New York : Verso, 2013.
Fiziskais rakst.   573 lpp. ; 21 cm.
Sērija   Link( Verso world history series)
Piezīme   Faksimilizdevums. Pirmpublicējums: London : New Left Books, 1974.
Bibliogrāfija   Ietver bibliogrāfiju un rādītāju.
Saturs   Saturs: I. Western Europe. The absolutist state in the West -- Class and state : problems of periodization -- Spain -- France -- England -- Italy -- Sweden -- II. Eastern Europe. The absolutist state in the East -- Nobility and monarchy : the Eastern variant -- Prussia -- Poland -- Austria -- Russia -- The house of Islam -- III. Conclusions -- A. Japanese feudalism -- B. The ’Asiatic mode of production.’
Kopsavilkums   "The political nature of Absolutism has long been a subject of controversy within historical materialism. Developing considerations advanced in Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism, this book situates the Absolutist states of the early modern epoch against the prior background of European feudalism. It is divided into two parts. The first discusses the overall structures of Absolutism as a state-system in Western Europe, from the Renaissance onwards; and the difficult question of the relations between monarchy and nobility institutionalised by it, for which it suggests a general periodization. It then looks in turn at the trajectory of each of the specific Absolutist states in the dominant countries of the West - Spain, France, England and Sweden, set off against the case of Italy, where no major indigenous Absolutism developed. The second part of the work sketches a comparative prospect of Absolutism in Eastern Europe.
  It begins with an enquiry into the reasons why the divergent social conditions in the more backward half of the continent should have produced political forms apparently similar to those of the more advanced West. The peculiarities, as well as affinities, of Eastern Absolutism as a distinct type of royal state, are examined. The variegated monarchies of Prussia, Austria and Russia are surveyed, and the lessons asked of the counter-example of Poland. Finally, the structure of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans is taken as an external gauge by which the singularity of Absolutism as a European phenomenon is assessed. The work ends with some observations on the special position occupied by European development within universal history, which draws themes from both Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism and Lineages of the Absolutist State together into a single argument -- within their common limits
  as materials for debate. Two postscript notes treat, respectively, the notion of the ’Asiatic mode of production,’ with particular reference to Islamic and Chinese history, and the experience of Japanese feudalism, as relevant controls for a study of the evolution of Europe up to the advent of industrial capitalism." -- from (April 18, 2011).
Priekšmets   LinkValsts -- Vēsture.
Priekšmets   LinkEiropa -- Vēsture.
  LinkEiropa -- Politika un pārvalde.
UDK   Link94(4)
Monogr. ier. nr.   000745892
Visi eksemplāri   Visi eksemplāri
Eks. pa filiālēm   LNB:Soc.& Hum.zinātņu las.Library Info

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