An introduction to the study of wave mechanics by Louis De Broglie

By Louis De Broglie

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Staël had made a similar argument in De l’influence des passions in 1796, calling for government by an ‘aristocracy of the best’ (quoted in Lucien Jaume, L’individu effacé, ou Le paradoxe du libéralisme français [Paris: Fayard, 1997], p. 62). 31. ‘Unattached’ is Hanna Pitkin’s term to describe Burke’s concept of representation in The Concept of Representation (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967), ch. 8. 3 Liberal Pluralism in the Early Nineteenth Century: Benjamin Constant and Germaine de Staël K.

Rather, it proceeded from the premise that many, if not most, people would prefer to lead an apolitical life. 29 Within the wide scope of liberals’ inclination for the representative system, however, there was significant deviation over just how far representative government should depart from more direct forms of democracy. Should the representative system create a republic that tended towards democracy or towards aristocracy? Staël’s answer to this question was clear: for representative democracy ‘to come close to the results of its model, pure democracy, it must move away from pure democracy in its forms’ (24).

This is because early-modern French theories of political sovereignty focused on the monarchy, even when widely accepted metaphysical assumptions placed ultimate power elsewhere. There was widespread agreement that all secular authority was limited by divine and/or natural law, as well as by customs and legal procedures, and by some vague understanding of the ‘constitution’ of the realm. The contentious issue was the exercise of power, and the relationship of this to stability and prosperity. What was the appropriate relationship among those persons and bodies claiming to have partial or exclusive rights over the exercise of sovereignty?

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