El crimen de la guerra [NOOK Book]

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El crimen de la guerra es uno de los más célebres textos políticos de la Argentina del siglo XIX. La guerra ha sido una constante de la historia de América. Aquí Alberdi reflexiona sobre su sentido y sus consecuencias.
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El crimen de la guerra

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Overview

El crimen de la guerra es uno de los más célebres textos políticos de la Argentina del siglo XIX. La guerra ha sido una constante de la historia de América. Aquí Alberdi reflexiona sobre su sentido y sus consecuencias.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788498972139
  • Publisher: Red Ediciones
  • Publication date: 8/31/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Diferencias
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 142
  • File size: 195 KB

Meet the Author

Político, sociólogo, jurista y escritor argentino (Tucumán, 1810-Francia, 1884). Residió desde muy joven en Buenos Aires, ciudad en la que desarrolló una importante actividad política, cultural y social.
Participó en la fundación del Salón literario, conocidos como la Generación del 37, junto con Juan Bautista Alberdi Alberdi, Marcos Sastre, Juan María Gutiérrez y Esteban Echeverría. Sus tertulias se orientaban inicialmente a deliberar sobre literatura, arte y moda, influidos por el auge del romanticismo en Europa. Pero progresivamente los temas sobre política pasaron a ser el centro de la reuniones.
Alberdi comienza a destacar entre los jóvenes de su generación. Sus artículos de opinión en La moda, de la que fue fundador y primer redactor bajo el seudónimo de Figarillo, confieren al semanario un contenido social realista y crítico.
A partir de aquí, las discrepancias políticas con el gobierno de Juan Manuel de Rosas, gobernador de la provincia de Buenos Aires, lo obligan a emigrar a Montevideo en 1838.
En 1843, durante el sitio militar de Montevideo por un ejército comandado por Oribe pero subvencionado por Rosas, logra escapar, disfrazado de marinero francés, y se traslada a Europa acompañado por su amigo Juan María Gutiérrez. Reside en París unos pocos meses.
A fines de 1843, decide regresar a América para radicarse en Chile donde vivirá 17 años. Vuelto a su patria en 1878 cuando es elegido diputado por Tucumán, pero en 1881 se trasladó nuevamente a Francia, donde reside hasta su muerte.
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