ナポレオン支配下イタリアの政治と宗教 1801-1814年<br>The Politics of Religion in Napoleonic Italy : The War against God, 1801-1814

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ナポレオン支配下イタリアの政治と宗教 1801-1814年
The Politics of Religion in Napoleonic Italy : The War against God, 1801-1814

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 238 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415266703
  • DDC分類 322.1094509034

基本説明

Using previously neglected French and Italian archival sources, this book reveals how the alliance between Church and people grew in the face of alien, imperial rule.

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The Politics of Religion in Napoleonic Italy explores the intense cultural conflict created by French rule in Italy at the start of the nineteenth century. Napoleon's desire for cultural conformity struck at the heart of Italian religious life. Yet the reforms imposed by French rule created resentment and resistance across Italy, finally leading to Napoleon's famous quarrel with Pope Pius VII.In this fascinating study, Mike Broers traces the events leading up to the ex-communication of Napoleon and the Pope's arrest and exile from Rome. Using previously neglected French and Italian archival sources, this book reveals how the alliance between Church and people grew in the face of alien, imperial rule. It exposes the vital role this union played in preventing Italy from being totally assimilated into the French empire.

Table of Contents

Preface: The eagle of empire and the lamb of God   ix
Acknowledgements xv
The last barbarian invasion? 1 (6)
The motives of French rule in Italy 2 (3)
The position of the Tridentine Church 5 (2)
Centre and periphery: The power and limits of 7 (20)
a concept
The periphery: First impressions. From 11 (8)
`nuestras Indias' to `a thousand Vendees'
The centre: Saints or soldiers, Catholics 19 (8)
or citizens?
The religion of the rulers 27 (25)
The religion of the ruled 52 (34)
Madonnas and miracles 54 (12)
The lay confraternities 66 (11)
Liturgical resistance 77 (9)
The Concordat and the Italian clergy 86 (60)
The episcopate 86 (13)
The parish clergy 99 (3)
The periphery 102(12)
The centre 114(11)
The regular clergy 125(21)
The Roman clergy and the crisis of the Oath 146(29)
The Oath and the clergy of the Papal states 150(11)
The Roman diaspora 161(5)
The failure of the Concordat of 166(2)
Fontainebleau
The priests, the police and the people 168(7)
The war against God 175(15)
Borromeo and Bonaparte 175(4)
Church and state in the nineteenth century 179(6)
A theology for reaction and liberation? 185(5)
Notes 190(31)
Bibliography 221(6)
Index 227