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Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation
|LC Classifications||JX2333 .W34|
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|Pagination||xi, 364 p. :|
|Number of Pages||364|
|LC Control Number||79027720|
The election of a Holy Roman Emperor or King of Germany was, from at least the 13th century, accomplished by a small body of the greatest princes of the Empire, the tment as Emperor was normally for life. In , the Emperor Charles IV, promulgated the Golden Bull, which became the fundamental law by which all future Kings and Emperors were elected. Johann Jakob Schmaussens, ehemahl. Hofraths und Prof. Iur. Ordin. zu Göttingen, Corpus iuris publici S. R. Imperii academicum: enthaltend des Heil. Röm. Reichs deutscher Nation Grund-Gesetze: nebst einem Auszuge der Reichs-Abschiede, anderer Reichs-Schlüsse und Vergleiche.
GERMAN LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE. GERMAN LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE. German literature of the early modern period is as heterogeneous as the patchwork of principalities constituting the Holy Roman Empire at this time. The variety of literary forms, particularly during the Renaissance, reflects a panoply of political, social, and confessional interests among contemporary patrons and . Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire As the most learned and eminent public lawyer in Germany, a busy administrator, and a prolific writer, Moser ( .
Hitler repeatedly used the Holy Roman Empire as a rhetorical counterpoint to his united Germany, parroting decades of conservative historical critique by, for instance, claiming that ‘if the German feudal princes had been loyal to the German emperors, the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation would have become a mega-empire’. 62 The Second. "The Holy Roman Empire by Peter H Wilson review – Europe from Charlemagne to Ukip": (Pictured: Replicas of Imperial Regalia (Reichskleinodien); Imperial.
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Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press, After 24 volumes explaining the imperial constitution the 18th-century legal scholar Johann Jakob Moser effectively gave up, concluding that “Germany is governed in the German way”.
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The imperial election of was an imperial election held to select the emperor of the Holy Roman took place in Frankfurt on January The result was the election of Charles Albert of Bavaria, the first non-Habsburg emperor in hundreds of years. The Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation as an Order of Public Peace Leading commentators on the Empire and its constitution such as Johann Jakob Moser revived the idea of the Perpetual Public Peace as the highest law and ‘reason for common security’ within the Empire.
55 Moser believed that the Empire was now in great danger. The indefatigable Johann Jakob Moser wrote around one hundred volumes only to conclude that ‘Germany is governed the German way’. 52 Careful examination of these publications reveals that, while attitudes changed towards the Empire across early modernity.
Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. By Mack Walker. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Pp. xii+ $ Mack Walker won many admirers through his engaging and incisive study, German Home. German Businessmen and Professionals at the End of the Old Regime A Review Article JAMES ALLEN VANN University of Michigan Businessmen and Politics in the Rhineland,by Jeffry M.
Diefendorf (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ) Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation, by Mack. Legal History of the Holy Roman Empire in the Late Middle Ages. Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation.
 history, law, theology, politics, and medicine, and mastered six languages (English, French, Dutch, Latin, Greek, and German). Amo returned to the University of Halle to lecture in philosophy under.
For the background of von Moser’s writings cf. also the account of his father’s life and thought by Mack Walker, Johann Jakob Moser and the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation () Google Scholar. by Johann Jakob Moser 1 edition.
Not in Library Accessible book, Early works toCentral Europe, Georgia, Holy Roman Empire, Montb©♭liard (France), United States, Württemberg, Württemberg (Germany) People Johann Jakob Moser () Time 18th century, Emigration.
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