Calvin’s political theology in context

García Alonso, Marta . (2020) Calvin’s political theology in context. Intellectual History Review, 31 (4), 541-561

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Título Calvin’s political theology in context
Autor(es) García Alonso, Marta
Materia(s) Filosofía
Abstract Calvin was a man of the Church so his political doctrine stems from his ecclesiology, in response to both the Papal doctrine on the delegate power of the magistrates, and the Lutheran subordination of the Church to the civil authorities. He was not concerned with discussing the best possible regime, but rather with preparing a theological justification of civil power that would make it depend exclusively on God, not on the people. I will hold that Calvin states the people’s function is merely instrumental: they accept the authority chosen by God, but do not institute it. The only really relevant element is that both political vocation and the transmission of power that is indispensable to it, derive uniquely and exclusively from God. The discrepancies apparent in different authors’ interpretations can be clarified by recovering the context of his argumentation. This is the objective of this article.
Palabras clave John Calvin
Geneva
modernity
protestant reformation
resistance theory
Editor(es) Taylor & Francis
Fecha 2020-06-13
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Identificador bibliuned:577-0015
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DOI - identifier https://doi.org/10.1080/17496977.2020.1790149
ISSN - identifier 1749-6977; EISSN: 1749-6985
Nombre de la revista Intellectual History Review
Número de Volumen 31
Número de Issue 4
Página inicial 541
Página final 561
Publicado en la Revista Intellectual History Review, 31 (4), 541-561
Idioma eng
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Notas adicionales This is an Original Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in "Intellectual History Review" on 13 Jul 2020, available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/17496977.2020.1790149

 
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