The period under our scrutiny is roughly delimited by two major treaties, the peace of Lodi in 1454 and the peace of Westphalia in 1648. The two tumultuous centuries that separate these events fundamentally shape future philosophical ideas and the political paradigms that establish Western Europe as the crucible in which modernity is formed. Of critical political importance to this process is the rise of nation states, especially in Spain, France, and England, and the corresponding diminution of the respublica christiana, the name given to a combination of territorial Christian unity and the corresponding reach of Roman Catholicism.

Definitions of Peace

Filippo Del Lucchese
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2020

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The period under our scrutiny is roughly delimited by two major treaties, the peace of Lodi in 1454 and the peace of Westphalia in 1648. The two tumultuous centuries that separate these events fundamentally shape future philosophical ideas and the political paradigms that establish Western Europe as the crucible in which modernity is formed. Of critical political importance to this process is the rise of nation states, especially in Spain, France, and England, and the corresponding diminution of the respublica christiana, the name given to a combination of territorial Christian unity and the corresponding reach of Roman Catholicism.
A Cultural History of Peace in the Renaissance
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Filippo Del Lucchese; Alastair Mordaunt
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