Religião e Revolução nas principais obras de Edmund Burke e Alexis de Tocqueville


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This paper aims at discussing the relations between religion and revolution according to Edmund Burke’s and Alexis de Tocqueville’s considerations on the unleashment of the French Revolution. There is a rare dialog between both authors made by the French thinker, mainly in his book The Old Regime and the Revolution. Nonetheless, I intend to deepen this dialog. This procedure will make it possible to review the comparisons – between the English and the French Revolutions – made by both authors and the distinct role played by religion in each process. Finally, I try to identify the main proximities and distances in the analysis of both authors on the theme
Keywords Religion – Revolution – Burke – Tocqueville.  Religião – Revolução – Burke – Tocqueville
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