Ana María Stuven is the author of Historia de Las Mujeres En Chile, Tomo 1 ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), La religión en la esfe. The latest Tweets from ana maria stuven (@anamariastuven): “Gran entrevista, Adriana. Solo digna de tí.”. Estado y nación en Chile y Brasil en el siglo XIX(Book) 6 editions published between and in Spanish and held by 33 WorldCat member libraries.
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In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: But the book also suffers from some shortcomings: Contact Contact Us Help. These debates helped them define the limits of liberalization, as well aha probe into such issues as the relationship between tradition and change, views of the Iberian past, and national identity.
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The author argues that these debates reveal a fundamental tension between the republican institutions adopted by Chile after independence, and the dominant Catholic culture of the country. Occasionally, these debates could get out of hand, and bring tensions between church and state to dangerous levels.
La seduccion de un orden: Advocates of republican ideals pushed for increasing secularization, but not so far that they would precipitate an open conflict with the church. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
Ana María Stuven (Author of Historia de Las Mujeres En Chile, Tomo 1)
Stuven finds the trial of Bilbao to be a good example of the limits stuve consensus, an emblematic case that revealed just how far secularization could go during the Manuel Bulnes administration. Stuven is to be commended for her extensive use of the press articles of the period, as well as some archival sources, which provide a sense of the intensity of the debates.
Stuven contends that this restraint translated into a marix among political and intellectual leaders, for most of them valued social and political order above all. Chileans responded well to the freer intellectual environment, enriching the vigorous press of the period, participating in political debates, and writing influential books and pamphlets.
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View freely available titles: It is Stuven’s contention that these were no mere academic subjects of debate, but rather intense and divisive issues with profound implications for nineteenth-century Chilean culture and politics.
In reality, the trial was based on the more pedestrian, but no less real, categories of the press law, in which “immorality” and “blasphemy” were punishable offenses, as determined mafia a jury.