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Lena Steveker

endorsed by Charles I in the 1630s. As Malcolm Smuts points out, Caroline ideology of kingship emphasises the importance of love, a concept fed into English discourse by Justus Lipsius's The Six Books of Politics (1591), which became an influential text

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Katrin Röder and Christoph Singer

The Queen and Concubine with regard to its representation of the pastoral iconography of Charles I and of Stuart ideals of statecraft, showing that the play draws on Van Dyck's portraiture and on Charles I's masques as well as on Justus Lipsius

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Rob Boddice, Christian J. Emden, and Peter Vogt

God’s power dubious. Aft er this helpful reconstruction of five different early modern concepts of fate, Rehlinghaus looks at the work of Justus Lipsius and understands Lipsius’s interpretation of fate as a renewal of Boethius’s attempt to reconcile