Von der religiösen Toleranz zur gegenreformatorischen Konfessionalisierung

Konfessionelle, regionale und ständische Identitäten im Unionsstaat

Translated title of the contribution: From religious toleration to the counter-reformation: confessional, regional and coporate identities in the commonwealth

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Abstract

This article explores the concept of 'toleration' from the Confederation of Warsaw (1573) where the Polish-Lithuanian nobility 'agreed to disagree', establishing a religious settlement in the aftermath of the Reformation, and including the Orthodox church. It also traces the main markers of the 'Counter Reformation' which was driven by the Polish episcopate and the monarch, particularly duringthe period of Zygmunt III Vasa, culminating with the anti-royal Confederation of Sandomierz, based on primary sources and up-to-date secondary material. Recent developments in the scholarship on the Uniate church as well as the cooperation of Orthodox and Protestant forces in Poland are then linked up with research on local identities among the political and cultural leadership in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth during the sixtenth and seventeenth centuries, finishing with an outlook on the changes that the Enlightenment introduced in the relationship between church and society in a still very much multi-ethnic and multi-confessional Poland-Lithuania in the eighteenth century.
Original languageGerman
Title of host publicationPolen in der Europäischen Geschichte
Subtitle of host publicationein Handbuch in vier Bänden
EditorsMichael G. Müller
Place of PublicationStuttgart
PublisherAnton Hiersemann
Pages251-289
Number of pages39
VolumeBd. 2, Lieferung 3/4
Editionfirst
ISBN (Print)9783777211336, 9783777210216
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Commonwealth
Counter-reformation
Poland
Religious Toleration
Multiethnic
Toleration
Nobility
Reformation
Warsaw
Lithuania
Primary Source
Episcopate
Enlightenment
Orthodox Church
Religion
Monarch
Local Identity

Keywords

  • Confessionalisation
  • Poland
  • Identities
  • Religious history
  • Estates and society

Cite this

Friedrich, K. (2011). Von der religiösen Toleranz zur gegenreformatorischen Konfessionalisierung: Konfessionelle, regionale und ständische Identitäten im Unionsstaat. In M. G. Müller (Ed.), Polen in der Europäischen Geschichte : ein Handbuch in vier Bänden (first ed., Vol. Bd. 2, Lieferung 3/4, pp. 251-289). Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann.

Von der religiösen Toleranz zur gegenreformatorischen Konfessionalisierung : Konfessionelle, regionale und ständische Identitäten im Unionsstaat. / Friedrich, Karin.

Polen in der Europäischen Geschichte : ein Handbuch in vier Bänden. ed. / Michael G. Müller. Vol. Bd. 2, Lieferung 3/4 first. ed. Stuttgart : Anton Hiersemann, 2011. p. 251-289.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Friedrich, K 2011, Von der religiösen Toleranz zur gegenreformatorischen Konfessionalisierung: Konfessionelle, regionale und ständische Identitäten im Unionsstaat. in MG Müller (ed.), Polen in der Europäischen Geschichte : ein Handbuch in vier Bänden. first edn, vol. Bd. 2, Lieferung 3/4, Anton Hiersemann, Stuttgart, pp. 251-289.
Friedrich K. Von der religiösen Toleranz zur gegenreformatorischen Konfessionalisierung: Konfessionelle, regionale und ständische Identitäten im Unionsstaat. In Müller MG, editor, Polen in der Europäischen Geschichte : ein Handbuch in vier Bänden. first ed. Vol. Bd. 2, Lieferung 3/4. Stuttgart: Anton Hiersemann. 2011. p. 251-289
Friedrich, Karin. / Von der religiösen Toleranz zur gegenreformatorischen Konfessionalisierung : Konfessionelle, regionale und ständische Identitäten im Unionsstaat. Polen in der Europäischen Geschichte : ein Handbuch in vier Bänden. editor / Michael G. Müller. Vol. Bd. 2, Lieferung 3/4 first. ed. Stuttgart : Anton Hiersemann, 2011. pp. 251-289
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