The author examines the nonjurors as the movement for rejection of the results of the Glorious Revolution by a part of the English society and analyzes the degree of its counter-revolution in the context of the political processes at the edge of the XVII-XVIII centuries, which began after the Archbishop of Canterbury, several bishops and about 400 representatives of the lower clergy refused to swear allegiance to the new sovereigns William III and Mary, wishing not to violate the old oath to the overthrown James II. The author explores nonjurors’ discussion on the legality of the oath to the revolutionary monarchs and its counter-revolutionary importance, analyzes institutional and administrative capacity of the movement, examines the role of the nonjurors in the relationship between Church and State, which had at the edge of the XVII-XVIII centuries constitutional and political significance.
|Translated title of the contribution||NONJURORS IN ENGLAND AS A FACTOR OF INTERNAL COUNTER-REVOLUTION AT THE EDGE OF XVII-XVIII CENTURIES|
|Journal||Вестник Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета технологии и дизайна. Серия 2. Искусствоведение. Филологические науки|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|