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Introduction Sanja Perovic \ 1. Robert R. Palmer's Catholics and Unbelievers in Eighteenth-Century France: An Overdue Tribute Dale K. Van Kley \ 2. The Regency of Catherine de Medici: Political Reason during the Wars of Religion Denis Crouzet \ 3. Religion and Representation in Marguerite de Navarre's Heptameron Ellen McClure \ 4. The Gallican Mines: Martine de Bertereau's Restitution de Pluton, Astrology, Providence and Empire during the reign of Louis XIII Erik Thomson \ 5. Resacralizing the Self: Mysticism, Materialism, and Personhood in Eighteenth-Century France Charly Coleman \ 6. Permutations of the Theological-Political Analogy: Political Voluntarism, 'Transfer,' and Secularization Stephanie Frank \ 7. The French Revolution as World Religion Sanja Perovic \ 8. The Secularization of Execution: Heresy, Sacrifice and the Inquisition from Montesquieu to Maistre Francesco Manzini \ 9. Religion and the French Revolution; or, The Politics of Incarnation Craig Carson \ Postface: The Signature that Remains Sophie Fuggle \ Bibliography \ Index
Sanja Perovic is Lecturer in the French Department, King's College London, UK.