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Conspirations et science du pouvoir chez François Guizot

Abstract : In a text published in 1821, François Guizot's reflected on plots, intrigues and other criminal attempts in order to approximate a science of government. Like german cameralism, this science was meant to blend political philosophy and the precepts of administrative action into a kind of State knowledge which would embody a new form of rationality about and within the management of public order. Interestingly, this work was to inspire the statute of the 23rd of April 1832 and its author, who had become a Minister of King Louis-Philippe, was to confront insurrectional movements challenging his conception of a science of power.
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Olivier Ihl. Conspirations et science du pouvoir chez François Guizot. Revue Française d'Histoire des Idées Politiques, L'Harmattan, 2004, pp.125-150. ⟨halshs-00290960⟩



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