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Between Scylla And Charybdis? Evidence On The Conversion Of Christoph Besold From His Letters And His Legal And Political Thought

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This chapter describes the correspondence of Junius concerning the departure of the United Provinces after his brief stay in France and in England. A religious question arises after reading this correspondence which has not been thorough. The chapter addresses the religious question in the biography of Junius who recomposed the edition of De Pictura. It explores whether Junius has refrained from taking any religious position and what were his religious choice. Junius respected the act of silence in his publications. If Junius refrained from public statements in religious matters, it seems not to have provided selfless political situation. The correspondence of Junius indicates that Junius continued to play a role occult religious affairs. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: England; France; Franciscus Junius; religious affairs; religious question

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