Alexander VII


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Alexander VII, Pope

Alexander VII, Pope

Alexander VII (1599–1667)

Alexander VII, Pope

Alexander VII (1599–1667)

Alexander VII (1599–1667)

Alexander VII, Pope (1655–67)

Alexander VII (7 Apr. 1655–22 May 1667)

Alexander VII (7 Apr. 1655–22 May 1667)

Janet M. Hartley. Alexander I. (Profiles in Power.) New York: Longman. 1994. Pp. vii, 256

George O. Liber. Alexander Dovzhenko: A Life in Soviet Film. London: British Film Institute. 2002. Pp. vii, 309. $58.00

Agostino Chigi i (1466 - 1520), merchant, banker and Mario Chigi (1594 - 1669) and Alexander VII (1599 - 1667) and Flavio Chigi (1631 - 1693) and Agostino Chigi ii (1634 - 1705)

Islamic Mysticism: A Short History By Alexander D. Knysh. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2000. Pp. vii, 358. HB $99.00. 90–04–10717–7.

Alexander Stephan, editor. Americanization and Anti- Americanism: The German Encounter with American Culture after 1945. New York: Berghahn Books. 2005. Pp. vii, 294. $60.00

Erika de Wet. The Chapter VII Powers of the United Nations Security Council . Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2004. Pp. xviii + 412, including Table of Cases and Index. ISBN 1–84113–422–8.
 M.a Eugenia López-Jacoiste Díaz. Actualidad del Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas: La legalidad de sus decisiones y el problema de su control . Madrid: Editorial Civitas, 2003. Pp. 396. ISBN 84–470–2081–9.
 Linos-Alexander Sicilianos. Η Εξουσιοδότηση του Συμβουλίου Ασφαλ∈ίας του ΟΗΕ για Χρήση Βίας . Athens – Komotini: Ant. N. Sakkoulas Publishers, 2003. Pp 567, including Appendix of Documents. ISBN 960–15–1015-X


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Pope from 1655. As a theologian he held strongly anti-Jansenist views, and to make Jansenist subterfuge impossible, in 1656 he condemned the five propositions from the Augustinus in the sense in which C. O. Jansen had meant them. In this he was supported by Louis XIV of France, but later, when Louis threatened to invade the States of the Church, Alexander had to sign the humiliating peace of Pisa (1664). In 1665 and 1666 he condemned several Probabilist propositions, though not the system as a whole.

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