Etienne Pasquier (1529-1615) was a renowned magistrate of the
parliament of Paris, a poet, and a counselor to four French kings.
This book examines his use of historical vignettes to counsel the
king and to teach ethics during the French Civil Wars of Religion.
An ethical focus permeates all of Pasquier's works, most notably
his major opus, Les Recherches de la France, and his
correspondence, which contains Pasquier's ideal self-portrait for
emulation by other statesmen, lawyers, and his own sons.
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