Ludger Mees, El profeta pragmático. Aguirre, el primer lehendakari (1939–1960) (Irún: Alberdania, 2006), 75–76. John Morton Blum (ed.), The Price of Vision: The Diary of Henry A. Wallace (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1973), 132–133.
Author: Ludger Mees
Category: Political Science
To the outside world, for some half a century, the words ‘Basque Country’ have provoked an almost instant association with the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA, Basque Homeland and Liberty) separatist group and violent conflict. The Basque Contention: Ethnicity, Politics, Violence attempts to undo this simplistic correlation and, for the first time, provide a definitive history of the wider political issues at the heart of the Basque Country. Drawing on three decades of research on Basque nationalism, Ludger Mees weaves together the various historical and contemporary strands of this contention: from the late medieval kingdoms of Spain and France and the first articulations of a Basque ethno-particularism, to the dissolution of ETA in 2018, and all manner of dictatorships, conflict, peace, civil war, political intrigue, hope and failure in-between. For anyone who has ever wanted to gain an insight into the Basque Country beyond the headlines of ETA and grasp the complexity of its relationship with Spain, France and indeed itself, this volume provides a detailed, yet digestible, basis for such an understanding.
El profeta pragmático: Aguirre, el primer lehendakari (1939–1960). Irun: Alberdania. Ludger Mees, ed. (2012). La celebración de la nación. Símbolos, mitos y lugares de memoria. Madrid: Ed. Comares. Mehats, Claude (2005).
Author: José Moya
Unlike most books on the Atlantic that associate its history with European colonialism and thus end in 1800, this volume demonstrates that the Atlantic connections not only outlasted colonialism, they also reached unprecedented levels in postcolonial times, when the Atlantic truly became the world’s major crossroads and dominant economy. Twice as many Europeans entered New York, Buenos Aires, and São Paulo in 3 years on the eve of WWI as had arrived in all the New World during 300 years of colonial rule. Transatlantic ties surged again with mass movements from the West Indies, Latin America, and Africa to North America and Western Europe from the 1960s to the present. As befits a transnational subject, the 24 contributors in this volume come from 14 different countries. Over half of the chapters are co-authored, an exceptional level of scholarly collaboration, and all but two are explicitly comparative. Comparisons include Congo and Yoruba slaves in Brazil, Irish and Italian mercenaries and adventurers in the New World, German Lutherans in Canada and Argentina, Spanish laborers in Algeria and Cuba, the diasporic nationalism of ethnic groups without nation states, and the transatlantic politics of fascism and anti-fascism in the interwar. Overall, the volume shows the Atlantic World’s distinctiveness rested not on the level or persistence of colonial control but on the density and longevity of human migrations and the resulting high levels of social and cultural contact, circulation, connection, and mixing. This title will appeal to students and researchers in the fields of Atantic and global history, migration, diaspora, slavery, ethnicity, nationalism, citizenship, politics, anthropology, and area studies.
Rudolf Kerscher Ludger Mees : El profeta pragmático . Aguirre , el primer lehendakari , 19391960. Irún : Alberdania 2006. 371 páginas . María del Rosario Alonso García : Historia , diplomacia y propaganda de las instituciones de la ...
Nunca desapareció como el profeta también nos lo escribió. ... tienen una unión monetaria a través del euro, al cual preparan para hacerlo más sofisticado, pragmático, y electrónicamente fácil de manejar como una moneda virtual.
Author: Alejandro Roque Glez
Publisher: Alejandro's Libros
En la presente obra te ofrecemos los capítulos dedicados a los Profetas Mayores del Antiguo Testamento: fueron ellos quienes dedicaron gran parte de sus vidas experimentando sufrimientos y penurias mientras inspirados por el Señor nos dejaban abundantes escritos sobre qué nos depararía el futuro y cómo se develaría el plan de Dios dentro de la historia humana. Como libro de estudio se diferencia de otros en que no es simplemente para saciar la curiosidad, sino adentrarnos en el futuro que apremia anunciándonos y explicando las profecías bíblicas al detalle. Es más que nada lo que el Espíritu Santo de Dios ha revelado, y fruto del estudio esforzado de todas las profecías bíblicas; es por tanto un libro dirigido a aquellos interesados en escudriñar--como se nos dice en San Juan 5:39--las profecías bíblicas, incluidas dentro del Plan de Dios, dedicándole tiempo, paciencia y mucha oración.
Concepción pragmática de la historia Por lo que hace al método con que han sido escritos los libros históricos ... es decir , de tesis doctrinal , y su pragmatismo se funda en los principios religiosos enseñados por los profetas y ...
Author: Teresa Fernandez UlloaPublish On: 2014-06-02
Nadie puede testimoniar con verdad que yo he ofendido al Profeta ni he hecho burla de los que siguen sus leyes” (44). ... La percepción del lector juvenil Desde la pragmática se El Discurso Sobre el Otro en la Literatura Infantil y ...
Author: Teresa Fernandez Ulloa
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Performing Arts
This book is formed by various chapters studying the manner in which conflicts, changes and ideologies appear in contemporary Hispanic discourses. The contributions analyze a wide variety of topics related to the manner in which ideological and epistemological changes of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries are reflected in, and shape, Spanish language, literature, and other cultural expressions in both Spain and Latin America. The 19th century was conducive to various movements of independence, while, in Europe, radical changes of different types and in all contexts of life and knowledge occurred. Language was certainly affected by these changes resulting in new terminology and discourse strategies. Likewise, new schools of thought such as idealism, dialectic materialism, nihilism, and nationalism, among others, were established, in addition to new literary movements such as romanticism, evocative of (r)evolution, individualism and realism, inspired by the social effects of capitalism. Scientific and technological advances continued throughout the 20th century, when the women’s liberation movement consolidated. The notion of globalization also appears, simultaneously to various crises, despotism, wars, genocide, social exclusion and unemployment. Together, these trends give rise to a vindicating discourse that reaches large audiences via television. The classic rhetoric undergoes some changes given the explicit suasion and the absence of delusion provided by other means of communication. The 21st century is defined by the flood of information and the overpowering presence of mass communication; so much so, that the technological impact is clear in all realms of life. From the linguistic viewpoint, the appearance of anglicisms and technicalities mirrors the impact of post-modernity. There is now a need to give coherence to a national discourse that both grasps the past and adapts itself to the new available resources with the purpose of conveying an effective and attractive message to a very large audience. Discourse is swift, since society does not seem to have time to think, but instead seeks to maintain interest in a world filled with stimuli that, in turn, change constantly. Emphasis has been switched to a search for historical images and moments that presumably explain present and future events. It is also significant that all this restlessness is discussed and explained via new means such as the world-wide-web. The change in communication habits (e-mail, chats, forums, SMS) and tools (computers, mobile phones) that was initiated in the 20th century has had a net effect on the directness and swiftness of language.
a los identidad de los personajes, que condensan los argumentos del pragmatismo de Maquiavelo. Pragmático príncipe cuyo discurso juvenil ilustra los principios del filósofo político italiano, Felipe, convertido en el Señor, ...
Author: Roberto Cantú
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
Carlos Fuentes (1928–2012) was the most prominent novelist in contemporary Mexico and, until his recent death, one of the leading voices in Latin America’s Boom generation. He received the most prestigious awards and prizes in the world, including the Latin Civilization Award (presented by the Presidents of Brazil, Mexico, and France), the Miguel de Cervantes Prize, and the Prince of Asturias Award. During his fecund and accomplished life as a writer, literary theorist, and political analyst, Fuentes turned his attention to the major conflicts of the twentieth century – from the Second World War and the Cuban Revolution, to the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, the war in Vietnam, and the post-revolutionary crisis of the one-party rule in Mexico – and attended to their political and international importance in his novels, short fiction, and essays. Known for his experimentation in narrative techniques, and for novels and essays written in a global range that illuminate the conflicts of our times, Fuentes’s writings have been rightfully translated into most of the world’s languages. His literary work continues to spur and provoke the interest of a global readership on diverse civilizations and eras, from Imperial Spain and post-revolutionary France, to Ancient and Modern Mexico, the United States, and Latin America. The Reptant Eagle: Essays on Carlos Fuentes and the Art of the Novel includes nineteen essays and one full introduction written exclusively for this volume by renowned Fuentes scholars from Asia, Europe, the United States, and Latin America. Collected into five parts, the essays integrate wide-ranging methods and innovative readings of The Death of Artemio Cruz (1962), Aura (1962), Terra Nostra (1975) and, among other novels, Distant Relations (1980); they analyze the visual arts in Fuentes’s novels (Diego Rivera’s murals and world film); chart and comment on the translations of Fuentes’s narratives into Japanese and Romanian; and propose comprehensive readings of The Buried Mirror (1992) and Personas (2012), Fuentes’s posthumous book of essays. Beyond their comprehensive and interdisciplinary scope, the book’s essays trace Fuentes’s conscious resolve to contribute to the art of the novel and to its uninterrupted tradition, from Cervantes and Rabelais to Thomas Mann and Alejo Carpentier, and from the Boom generation to Latin America’s “Boomerang” group of younger writers. This book will be of importance to literary critics, teachers, students, and readers interested in Carlos Fuentes’s world-embracing literary work.
... para que nadie pueda obrar en sentido contrario al tenor de lo dispuesto en esta mi real pragmática , bajo pena de ... cuya interpretacion dió el profeta Daniel , que poseía un rango en la corte , y era uno de los favoritos de aquel ...