Os Commonwealthmen a serviço da liberdade: a oposição a Guilherme III e ao “cânone republicano”

Autores

  • Frédéric Herrmann Université Lumière – Lyon 2
  • Thiago Vargas Universidade de São Paulo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2318-8863.discurso.2022.206608

Palavras-chave:

neo-republicanismo, liberalismo, commonwealthmen, Inglaterra, 1688, ação política

Resumo

A historiografia neo-republicana de Cambridge estabeleceu uma franca distinção entre republicanismo e liberalismo que merece ser reexaminada. Este artigo busca contribuir para esse debate, propondo um estudo de caso dos commonwealthmen ou republicanos que apoiaram a revolução de 1688 na Inglaterra, mas que se opuseram à nova cultura política e à nova “economia de crédito” do reino de Guilherme III na década de 1690. Ao desviarmos nosso olhar do republicanismo enquanto linguagem para situá-lo sob o republicanismo enquanto cultura, bem como modo de ação política, é possível constatar uma porosidade entre direitos naturais e virtude cívica, mas também entre liberdade negativa e liberdade positiva.

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2022-12-30

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Herrmann, F., & Vargas, T. (2022). Os Commonwealthmen a serviço da liberdade: a oposição a Guilherme III e ao “cânone republicano”. Discurso, 52(2), 142-164. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2318-8863.discurso.2022.206608

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