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He indeed believ in Absloute Monarchy which was the political doctrine and practice of unlimited, centralized authority and absolute sovereignty, as vested especially in a monarch or dictator.

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All of them. That was the trouble. Actually, we can except Louis-Philippe (1830-1848), as he was an attempt at a different dynasty and a proper constitutional monarchy.

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Q: What french king believed in divine right?
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