A pregnant past : the Dutch seventeenth century in the global twenty-first / Gary Schwartz.
- Amsterdam : Amsterdam Centre for the Study of the Golden Age, Amsterdam University Press, 
- Amsterdam studies in the Dutch golden age.
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Amsterdam studies in the Dutch golden age
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- Art, Dutch -- 17th century.
Civilization, Western -- Dutch influences.
Netherlands -- History -- 17th century.
Netherlands -- Civilization -- 17th century.
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- "Was the seventeenth century the historical high point of Dutch development? To how many inhabitants of the Netherlands was the seventeenth century a golden age? More than the newly famous one percent? How Dutch, in European and global context, were the Golden Age and its art? To what extent was Dutch society defined by burghers rather than farmers, peasants, soldiers, aristocrats? How tolerant were the Dutch, how Calvinist, how peace-loving, how democratic, how republican? Do present day values concerning social justice, gender equality, and ecology affect our view of the Dutch Golden Age?" -- Page 7.
- "Seventh Golden Age Lecture, delivered on 12 May 2015 by Gary Schwartz"
Includes bibliographical references: pages 28-29.
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