By Jacques Bossuet, Patrick Riley
This can be the 1st ever English rendition of the vintage assertion of divine correct absolutism in French, released in 1707 while the facility and glory of the French ancien régime was once at its zenith. Patrick Riley has supplied complete helping fabrics together with a chronology, consultant to extra interpreting and short notes on folks pointed out, as well as a lucid creation putting Bossuet's bibliocentric politics of their old and highbrow context.
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