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Charles Davenant (1656-1714) in Foreign Historiography

Knyazev Pavel

PhD Candidate, Section of Modern and Contemporary History, History Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University

115419, Russia, g. Moscow, ul. Lomonosovskii Prospekt, 27, korp. 4

pavkneazev@yandex.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2454-0609.2019.6.31150

Review date:

23-10-2019


Publish date:

30-10-2019


Abstract.

The research subject of this study is the foreign historiography dealing with the heritage of Charles Davenant (1656-1714) - an English politician, philosopher, historian, and publicist. The research object of this study is the change in the direction of examining the views and work of this English thinker in foreign historiography. The aim of this article is to identify the features in the study of the views and work of C. Devenant which were characteristic of various periods in the development of historiography. In order to achieve this, it is necessary to consider the history of studying the writings of the thinker, to identify the particularities in covering the political activity and the views of the publicist in foreign (mainly British) historiography.
The article's research methodology is based on a systematic approach to the analysis of foreign historical science. The examination of other scholars' study of the English thinker's views required the application of the historical-genetic and historical-comparative methods. The novelty of this research lies in the fact that neither in Russian nor in foreign historiography have the views and work of C. Davenant been made the subject of a separate study The author identifies three main trends in the history of studying the views and work of C. Devenant.Thus, some scholars focused on reconstructing the political biography of Davenant and assessing his role in the party struggle at the turn of the 17th - 18th centuries. This approach can be called "political." At the same time, another direction was developed, which studied the economic views of the publicist and his role in the formation of economic science within its framework. In the last decades of the 20th century, up to today, a third direction has dominated, where Davenant is considered as a thinker and philosopher, and scholars focus their attention primarily on his political ideas and “political language”.

Keywords: Mark Blaug, intellectual history, historiography of political thought, Cambridge school, foreign historiography, British history, John Pocock, Miles Ogborn, political arithmetic, marxist historiography
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