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Reformation of Rights, The : Law, Religion, and Human Rights in early modern Calvinism



Outline: John Calvin developed arresting new teachings on rights and liberties, church and state, and religion and politics that shaped the law of early modern Protestant lands. Calvin's original teachings spread rapdily throughtout Western Europe and stimulated dramatic legal and political reforms over the next two centuries. A number of basic ideas of religious and political rights, social and confessional pluralism, federalism and social contrac owe a great deal to early modern Calvinism. This book is essential reading for scholars and students of history, law, religion, politics, ethics, human rights, and the Prorestant Reformation.


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261.7094 W77r
Publisher Cambridge University Press : United Kingdom.,
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388
Language
English
ISBN/ISSN
978-0-521-52161-1
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261.7094
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First Edition
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