A theological work by Jacques Duguet on the Sabbath Day and the six days of work including writings on Psalms.
Jacques Joseph Duguet (1649 – 1733) was a French theologian and moralist.
Main author: Jacques Joseph Duguet; Jacques Vincent d' Asfeld
Title: Explication de l'ouvrage des six jours, nouvelle édition augmentée du second sens du pseaume 103 et d'une table des matières, par MM. les abbez Duguet et d'Asfeld.
Published: A Paris : Chez François Babuty ..., 1740.
Notes & content:
- 1st edition
- Provenance: “Ce livre est a moy marie Margueritte morillon de…[Lyeudorny]”
Wear: wear as seen in photos
Binding: tight and secure leather binding
Pages: complete with all 527 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such
Publisher: A Paris : Chez François Babuty ..., 1740.
Size: ~7in X 4in (18cm x 10cm)
Jacques Joseph Duguet is a theologian and moralist French, born in Montbrison the December 4, 1649. Died in Paris on October 25, 1733.
Jacques Joseph Duguet entered in 1667 in the Congregation of the Oratory. Ordained in 1677, he was first professor of theology at St. Magloire seminary and then away to Strasbourg in 1682 because of his opinions Jansenists. He refuses to sign the form and leaves the Oratory in 1685.
He then went secretly to Brussels nearly Antoine Arnauld and Pasquier Quesnel. In 1690, returned to public life, he distanced himself from the more extreme Jansenists. From 1712, he wrote on the issue of the conversion of Jews to Christianity, which would be the prophetic sign of the coming redemption of the Church. It is a theme that we find in Figurists the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Retired in Savoy, there wrote an Institution of a prince, political treaty for the heir Duke, which was not published until after his death in 1739. Hostile to the Ecclesiastical News and convulsions, he continued its distance from the most extreme forms of Jansenism.
In 1764, was published The Spirit of Duguet or Summary of Christian morality.
Treaty on the duties of a bishop in 1710 .
Treaty scruples, 1717 .
Letters on various topics of morality and piety, 1718 .
Conducting a Christian lady to live holy in the world (read online the 3rd edition, Paris, Jacques Estienne, 1730).
Institution of a prince, or treated qualities, virtues and duties of a sovereign or relative to the temporal government of his states, or as leader of a Christian society, which is necessarily linked with religion, in 1739. Aside the Index in 1742. Available online.
Ecclesiastical conferences, in 1742.
Treaty public prayer
Explanation of the work of the six days. Available online.
Explanation of the Passion.
(It) Michela Catto, "moral nascondimento e socialità devota. Jacques-Joseph Duguet (1649-1733) the e direzione spirituale femminile "in Rivista di storia e letteratura religiosa, vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 271-292.
Paul Chételat Du Guet Study followed by an unpublished correspondence with the Duchess of Epernon, from document to Troyes manuscript archives, ed. Thorin, Paris, 1879. (Thesis letter)
- - - Study Du Guet followed by an unpublished correspondence with the Duchess of Epernon, removed the Grandes Carmelites, ed. Thorin, Paris, 1877, 177 p.
Goujet Life Duguet, 1741. This biography is included at the beginning of JJ Duguet, Institution of a Prince (New. Ed.) Nourse, London, 1843.
B. Neveu, art. "Duguet" in the French Dictionary of Biography, Letouzey & Ane, Paris, Volume 11, col. 1526-1528, 1967.
Sainte-Beuve, Port Royal, 5th ed., Paris, Volume 6, 1888, p. 3-82.