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Maistre

(French mɛstrə)
n
(Biography) Josephe de (ʒozɛf də). 1753–1821, French writer and diplomat, noted for his extreme reactionary views, expounded in such works as Les Soirées de St Petersbourg (1821)
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There is an even earlier history of authors on the right like Charles Maurras and the Action francaise around the turn of the 20th century or, a century before, Louis-Gabriel de Bonald and Joseph de Maistre, monarchist opponents of the French Revolution, denouncing the decline of France's traditional values.
The Savoyard lawyer and philosopher Joseph de Maistre declared in 1811 that every nation gets the government it deserves, so perhaps today's political disengagement with culture reflects that of the electorate.
Summary: "Every nation gets the government it deserves," observed Joseph de Maistre, the Sardinian kingdom's diplomatic envoy to the Russian empire, some 200 years ago.
In the immense sphere of living things," wrote 19th-century Savoyard thinker Joseph de Maistre, "the obvious rule is violence, a kind of inevitable frenzy which arms all things in mutua funeral'
It is original and useful on the part of Dupre that he presented Joseph de Maistre not as a mere political commentator, but as a thinker with a solid ontological (largely Thomistic) foundation.
At least since Isaiah Berlin smeared Joseph de Maistre in 1952 with the sticky tar of fascism, that sort of antimodernism has been off-limits.
Joseph de Maistre and the Legacy of Enlightenment, edited by Carolina Armenteros and Richard A.
By Nina L Khrushcheva/Moscow In 1811, assessing the possibility -- or, rather, the impossibility -- of Russia ever undergoing a Western-style transformation, the diplomat and counter-Enlightenment philosopher Joseph de Maistre famously wrote: "Every nation has the government it deserves.
O que acarreta o que Joseph de Maistre chamava de "a emulacao sem humilhacao" (Considerations sur la France, 1796).
Joseph de Maistre and his European readers; from Friedrich von Gentz to Isaiah Berlin.
En identifiant le reseau de relations et l'implication d'Auclair dans certains groupes, Martel devoile une certaine parente spirituelle avec Joseph de Maistre, Leon Bloy et Rene Guenon.
Names such as Joseph de Maistre, Count Metternich or Czar Nicholas I come to my mind.