Политические мыслители посленаполеоновской Франции: Доктринеры
The article is devoted to centrist political thought in the period of Bourbon Restoration in France (1814–1830) represented by three major movements. Traditionalist School developed a legitimate method in philosophy and affirmed that only the monarch wields unrestricted political power. Republicans and socialists claimed that revolution achievements should be secured on the level of state institutions. And between the upper and nether millstone were liberal centrists united in the group of Doctrinaires.