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Zwischen Spätmittelalter Und Reformation – Politischer Föderalismus Im Reich Der Reformationszeit

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The image of early modern European political culture in general is currently changing as basic as that of the political culture of the empire during the reformation in particular. The desire to adopt the old master narratives of the history of the reformation, a concern which Tom Brady is committed since the beginning of his research is used in many different facets of its precipitation. Media and communication history arrivals are among those who are committed to a new political history of ideas and the "language of politics", in particular discourses of resistance/defense trace. The accurate determination of the complex situation in the late Middle Ages-setting and in the early modern period forward-looking components of the political culture of the empire in the first half of the 16th century, currently emphasizes the discourses as practices of politics ever more insistently of research.

Keywords: political culture; late Middle Ages; reformation; language of politics



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