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Decree. the first, issued to Vatican Council, 531 ; withdrawn, 535 Defoe. Daniel, on want of principle among contemporary politicians, 53 It De Haereticis," tract on toleration, 182 Delbrück, criticism of Macaulay's power of historical deduction, 385 Délicieux, fall of, conclusions on, of Lea, 5 6 3, 564 Democracy (see also Will of the People), alliance of, with despotism, 238 alliance of, with socialism baneful, 9 2 , 93, 9 8 attitude to, of Aristotle, 71, 72 and Catholic Legitimists, link between, 590 curbing of, by ancient constitutions, 19 definition and tendencies of, 62 enlightened ideas of Lilburne on, 83 essence of, 7 federa1ism most effective check on, 9 8 in fourteenth century, 80 government by, danger of, 20 a great, in relation to self-govern- ment, 277 modern mistakes in true conception of, 93, 94 in Pennsylvania, 84 pervading evil of, 97 political writers against, 93 Presbyterianism and, 81, 82 presen t aim, 95 principles of, advocated by Pericles, 9 progress of, in Europe, 85 revival of, to what due, 80 ancient, partial solution of, by popular government, 79 Athenian, tyranny manifested by, 12 Swiss, 90 Democracy in Europe, by Sir Erskine May, 61 Democratic method of Socrates, 71 principle, triumph of, in France, results of, 287 Denifle, Father, 574 Denmark, religion in, Döl1inger on, 34 0 -3 1 Derby, Lord, cited, 189 Descartes, advocate of passive obedience to kings, 48 Despotic spirit, old, its two adversaries, 27 6 Despotism after peace of Westphalia, 3 2 5 alliance of democracy with, 238

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emancipation of mankind from, to what due, 24, 25 overpowering strength of, the doom of classical civilisation, 27 product of civilisation, 5, 6 see also Absolutism Development, see also Progress and its earlier supporters, 592 Flint on, topic discussed, 59 1 , 592 Diocletian's persecution of the Chris- tians due to attem pt to trans- form Roman government into despotism of Eastern type, 30, 3 1 Dispensation, the, for the Navarre marriage long withheld, 128 & note; price, assumed, for, ib,; never granted, 131-2; Charles IX. 's hope regarding, 133 Divine right of freeholders established by Revol ution of 1688., 54 of kings, principle of, led to advocacy of passive obedience, 47 of the people, 36, see also \Vill of the People with respect to election of monarch, 35 Divine order in the world, establish- ment of, 189 Djakovar, Bishop of, on valid ty of Vatican Council's decrees, 549 Doctrine, danger from, motive for religious persecution in pagan and mediæval times, 251 Dogma, Commission on, at Vatican Council, election and proceedings of, 529-31 Do1cino, two versions of the story of, 555,5 68 Döllinger, Dr, J, J, Ignatius von, his attacks on Papal Infallibility, 538, 545; on episcopal authority, in Council, 545 character of, 403 declaration of, on papal necessity fOl temporal power, 312-13 fame of, 463 historical insight of, limitations of, 4 0 9- 10 judgments of, compared to Möhler's, 378; their gentleness, 410 influences acting upon, earlier and later studies, intercourse, litera- tures, etc.-evolution due to- 375 -6, 379- 82, 3 8 3, 3 86 -9, 392-3, 399; later views of, 396, 4 2 5-3 6 later life of, 399 and Möhler in Munich, views at variance, 377-80

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