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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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To quote French philosopher and diplomat, Joseph de Maistre, 'every nation gets the government it deserves.
Joseph de Maistre (a French Philosopher) once said 'Every nation gets the government it deserves'.
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De hecho, la difusion de las consecuencias conceptuales de la hermeneutica vinculada con Vattimo o derivada de el se expandio en un espectro mas amplio que hizo posible reactualizar al mismo tiempo la reimpresion, lectura y critica del conde Joseph de Maistre, el mas representativo de los teologos politicos del siglo xix (cfr.
Fue el frances ultraconservador Joseph de Maistre, un filosofo y activista que combatia frontalmente los logros de la Revolucion Francesa a finales del siglo XVIII, quien pronuncio la famosa la frase: "Cada pueblo tiene el gobierno que se merece".
Joseph de Maistre y Arthur de Gobineau interesaban como precursores de Charles Maurras y Drieu la Rochelle.
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.
As the French political philosopher Joseph de Maistre once said, "Every nation has the government it deserves.
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.
Joseph de Maistre was not alone among 19th-century conservatives in finding refuge and hope in Russia.
Joseph de Maistre and the Legacy of Enlightenment, edited by Carolina Armenteros and Richard A.