Tocqueville


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French political writer noted for his analysis of American institutions (1805-1859)

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As a civil servant, the young Alexis de Tocqueville was required to swear allegiance to the new regime.
Utilizing Tocqueville's arguments as a lens, Runciman examines political crises that occurred during several important years including 1918, 1933, 1947, 1962, 1974, 1989, and 2008 (p.
The Tocqueville Society Award is United Way's highest recognition of volunteer achievement and generosity within the community.
In 1835, Tocqueville gave a speech at the Royal Academic Society of Cherbourg, later published as Memoir on Pauperism.
De Tocqueville published his findings under: Democracy In America, in 1830.
Why are there two-and-a-half papers devoted to Tocqueville but not one on Madison, Jefferson, or Adams?
Tocqueville acknowledged the role played by slavery and the massacre of the indigenous population peoples in making possible this widely shared prosperity.
O estudo justifica-se teoricamente devido ao fato de Marx e Tocqueville normalmente serem vistos como autores vinculados a tradicoes e valores contrapostos, inclusive no que concerne ao fenomeno da religiosidade, e inova ao propor uma aproximacao entre ambos, com sustentacao na escatologia que permeia a tese de Marx e na nocao de Providencia presente nos escritos de Tocqueville, a luz do mito cristao da alteridade e da distincao contexto de descoberta/contexto de justificacao.
Benjamin Constant and Alexis de Tocqueville put forth two influential responses.
Their topics include regime, law, and statesmanship in ancient republicanism; Montaigne and modern republicanism; the foundations of Locke's defense of political toleration and the limits of reason; Alexis de Tocqueville's new science of politics; and Tocqueville and Abraham Lincoln on modern republicanism.
The Art of Being Free: How Alexis de Tocqueville Can Save Us from Ourselves
The book culminates in fine treatments of the efforts by Alexis de Tocqueville, Abraham Lincoln, and John Stuart Mill to temper unfettered majoritarianism and moral nihilism with depth, elevation, and self-restraint.
The premise for this illuminating reflection comes from the key points in Alexis de Tocqueville's reading of America's democracy.
Summary: Alexis de Tocqueville, a liberal French aristocrat, visited the United States in 1831 ostensibly to write a study of its "enlightened" prison system (locking people up in solitary confinement like penitent monks was the latest modern idea).