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  1. The Education of Anacharsis Cloots (1755–1794) at the Berlin Académie Militaire des Nobles.Frank Ejby Poulsen - 2018 - History of European Ideas 44 (5):559-574.
    ABSTRACTThis article examines the education that Anacharsis Cloots received during his stay at the Berlin Académie des nobles. Cloots wrote at several occasions about his education there, notably naming Sulzer as a philosophical influence 10 years later. Examining the pupils’ life at the Académie, Sulzer’s teaching, and the detailed study schedule, this paper wonders what elements may have influenced Cloots. It is likely that Sulzer taught the philosophy of Wolff, but it is difficult to ascertain his influence on Cloots. There (...)
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  • The Alternative to Perpetual Peace: Britain, Ireland and the Case for Union in Friedrich Gentz's Historisches Journal, 1799–1800.James Stafford - 2016 - Modern Intellectual History 13 (1):63-91.
    The British–Irish Union of 1801 remains a significant and controversial moment in the histories of both countries, but understandings of its genesis are restricted inscope. This article seeks to place the Union in a new historical context: the crisis of the European states system that accompanied the French Revolution. It considers the position held by the Union in the critique of Kant's famous essay on “Perpetual Peace” advanced by one of his most influential students, the publicist and state official Friedrich (...)
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