RIC- La Fare's opinion-A

RIC- La Fare's opinion-A - Religious Identities and...

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Religious Identities and Conflicts in 19 th Century Europe Professor Katherine a. Lynch Sep 6 th , 2007 Selected Speech: La Fare’s “Opnion on the Admissibility of Jews to Full Civil and Political Rights” Turning around the new era of French Revolution, France needed to establish a new national ideology in accordance with a new regime and a formation of an idea of “Nation.” France was deviating from the system under Catholicism and Estates General to religious freedom and National Assembly. Revolutionary attempts were that French people, majority of whom were accustomed to an idea of citizenship under near-feudalism and regionalism, were trying to approach the highest level of democratic system at the time. The idea of citizens sharing a same national identity under the dictum ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’ (LEF) without conforming to one religious basis was then challenging and fueling a chaos. The main debate lying on the readings was whether France should allow Jews to be
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 79275 taught by Professor Lynch during the Fall '07 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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