From tirlemont to riudarenes: Politics and religion in the Spanish crisis of 1640

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In the Early Modern Europe dissociation between politcs and religion just loomed on the horizon. By contrast, more common was the immediate confessionalization of all sorts of political conflicts. The aim of this paper is to deal with the (unexpected) ideological connections between the Catalan revolt of 1640 and the French-Spanish war declared a few years earlier, and their common feature of religious war. To conclude, the difficultes of thinking just war outside the religion are stressed ​
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