La figura de Diego Abad de Santillán como nexo entre el anarquismos argentino, europeo y latinoamericano, 1920-1930

Iberoamericana. América Latina - España - Portugal. 2014;12(48):21-40 DOI 10.18441/ibam.12.2012.48.21-40

 

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Journal Title: Iberoamericana. América Latina - España - Portugal

ISSN: 1577-3388 (Print); 2255-520X (Online)

Publisher: Iberoamericana / Vervuert

Society/Institution: Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut PK

LCC Subject Category: History (General) and history of Europe: History of Portugal | History (General) and history of Europe: History of Spain | History America: Latin America. Spanish America | Language and Literature: French literature - Italian literature - Spanish literature - Portuguese literature | Social Sciences

Country of publisher: Germany

Language of fulltext: English, Spanish; Castilian, Portuguese

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María Fernanda de la Rosa

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Time From Submission to Publication: 30 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

El anarquismo encontró en el internacionalismo un elemento esencial para la unión del movimiento libertario. Fueron numerosos los pensadores ácratas que buscaron cumplir este objetivo y que, desde su papel de teóricos-militantes, no sólo contribuyeron a la conformación del universo intelectual anarquista en Buenos Aires en las primeras décadas del siglo XX sino que, a través de su rol de agentes activos en el proceso de gestación, recepción y circulación de ideas, intentaron relacionar el anarquismo local con el latinoamericano y el europeo. Dentro de este grupo destacó Diego Abad de Santillán, quien constituyó una pieza fundamental para el engranaje intelectual libertario desplegado entre Europa y América Latina.   Abstract   Anarchism found in internationalism an essential element to unite the libertarian movement. There were many anarchist thinkers who sought to accomplish this goal and who, in their role of theorists-activists, not only contributed to the creation of the anarchist intellectual universe in Buenos Aires in the first decades of the 20th century but also, in their role of active agents in the process of conceiving of, receiving and spreading ideas, tried to relate local anarchism to Latin American and European anarchism. Diego Abad de Santillán was an outstanding character in this group. He was a fundamental piece in the libertarian intellectual machinery deployed between Europe and Latin America.