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Republicanism versus Monarchy? Government by Estates in Poland-Lithuania and the Holy Roman Empire, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries

Generally speaking, conventional typology — the definition of ideal types of European state-building — seems to have contributed little to a better understanding of European history. Instead, the emphasis should be on attempts to map individual phenomena of structural change in European history according to their specific chronological and geographical bearings. The Europe of the Humanists had a different geography from that of the European Enlightenment. The process of industrialisation divided Europe along different geographical lines from those defining the emergence of modern democracies. Not least, the borderline between 'western' and 'eastern' models of early modern state-building was certainly not the same as the imagined border between western and eastern political civilisations as invented in the late eighteenth century.

Republicanism versus Monarchy? Government by Estates in Poland-Lithuania and the Holy Roman Empire, Sixteenth to Eighteenth CenturiesMichael G. Müller Generally speaking, conventional typology — the definition of ideal types of European stat
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