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    Introduction

    Throne and Altar, also known as Proto-Traditionalist Conservatism, was the dominant ideology in the Kingdom of France from c. 1450 (though it didn't fully attain power until after the European Wars of Religion came to an end) to c. 1792. It believes in a strong absolutist monarchy and a strong state church mutually supporting each other in ruling over the people.

    Overview

    Characteristics of the Throne and Altar political system include a politically influential (though not politically autonomous) nobility with "feudal privileges", strong class stratification of society which it roughly divides into three classes or "estates" of the Clergy, Nobility, and Commoners, tolerance for a state-controlled church (primarily through an agreement if said church is Catholic), and an absolute monarch whose power is somewhat limited by moral customs and religious authorities.

    This system differs from Reactionarism in how it represents France (and to an extent, Europe at large) as it was before the French Revolution, while Reactionarism attempts to restore it, though in practice Reactionarism does not advocate for a complete/'true" restoration from Throne and Altar's perspective.

    Variants

    Joseph de Maistre Thought

    Joseph de Maistre Thought is the political views of Joseph de Maistre.

    Personality

    He is somewhat less religious compared to his medieval parents, but is very religious when compared to modern ideologies.

    His lifestyle and personality somewhat resembles Louis XIV of France.

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    For More Information

    Wikipedia

    Other Reading

    http://esl.fis.edu/Students/humanities/history/whDS_508.html
    https://lawexplores.com/from-absolute-monarchy-to-democratic-absolutism-the-french-revolution/#Sec9
    https://lawexplores.com/from-absolute-monarchy-to-democratic-absolutism-the-french-revolution/#Sec10
    https://alphahistory.com/frenchrevolution/royal-government/
    https://debatewise.org/889-absolute-monarchy-was-limited-monarchy/#yes1
    https://www.britannica.com/topic/monarchy/Premodern-monarchies
    https://courses.lumenlearning.com/suny-hccc-worldhistory2/chapter/the-rise-of-the-nobility/
    https://ehwilliams.wordpress.com/
    https://frenchunionist.org/2019/04/06/the-fundamental-laws/
    https://alphahistory.com/frenchrevolution/parlements/
    https://europeanroyalhistory.wordpress.com/tag/fundamental-laws-of-succession-to-the-french-crown/

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