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Monarchie absolue et assemblées d’états : le cas des états de Languedoc dans la monarchie de France (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles)

Abstract : We already know that the assemblies of estates and the so-called “absolute monarchy” did not exclude one another in seventeenth and eighteenth century France. The royal power associated these assemblies to the normal functioning of the monarchical structure to a point that they were given wider competences throughout the period. Studying the case of the Estates of Languedoc, this paper aims at showing what dynamics and what chronology made this integration possible. Rather than being a study in political theory and symbolic, the approach developed here focuses on the different contexts of this integration, so as to underline that the stakes of this process were not always the same as the technostructure and the negotiated interests were changing.
Mots-clés : monarchie Languedoc
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Stéphane Durand. Monarchie absolue et assemblées d’états : le cas des états de Languedoc dans la monarchie de France (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles). Histoire, économie et société, Armand Colin, 2016, Les corps intermédiaires en France : concept(s), généalogie et échelles, 1, pp.24 - 35 ⟨10.3917/hes.161.0024⟩. ⟨hal-01526610⟩

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