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El pensamiento filosófico de Domingo Faustino Sarmiento

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Meglioli Fernández, Rogelio Mauricio (2019) El pensamiento filosófico de Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. [Thesis]

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En este trabajo de investigación intentaremos dilucidar el itinerario de las ideas de Domingo Faustino Sarmiento (1811-1888), un personaje clave para entender la historia, la cultura, el pensamiento y la literatura de su país y su tiempo, la Argentina del siglo XIX. Nuestro objetivo principal es centrarnos en el estudio de sus ideas desde sus primeros artículos periodísticos, de 1839, hasta la publicación de Facundo, en 1845. Y nuestra tesis principal es que la mayoría de esos textos tuvieron como motivación fundamental la mejora de las condiciones materiales de las clases populares y la conformación de ciudadanos plenos y soberanos de una república democrática, y cuya principal fuente de inspiración fueron los pensadores franceses de comienzos del siglo XIX, la mayoría de ellos considerados, genéricamente, como socialistas, pero también por otros considerados liberales...

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Throughout this research work we will try to elucidate the itinerary of the ideas of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento (1811-1888), from his first journalistic articles, from 1839, until the publication of Facundo, in 1845. The main thesis of this essay is that most of these texts had as fundamental motivation in the improvement of the material conditions of the popular classes and the formation of full and sovereign citizens of a democratic republic, and whose main source of inspiration were the French thinkers of the early nineteenth century, most of them considered as socialists, but some of them as liberals.Although in our opinion it would not be absolutely essential to recognize some exclusionary intellectual affiliation in Sarmiento, we can notice that his writings had several points in common with some French thinkers, especially Chevalier and Buret in economics, Lerminier and Damiron in law, and Tocqueville and Jouffroy in politics, among others. This does not mean that Sarmiento adopted absolutely any of these referents. More than that, he almost always expressed his contradictions and/or partial differences with each one of them...

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Tesis de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Filosofía, Departamento de Historia de la Filosofía, leída el 18-12-2018

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Villacañas Berlanga, José Luis
Uncontrolled Keywords:Domingo Faustino Sarmiento
Subjects:Humanities > Philosophy
ID Code:51286
Deposited On:15 Feb 2019 12:55
Last Modified:15 Feb 2019 12:55

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