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Colombian Philosophers: Gonzalo Arango, Nicol s G mez D vila, Mario Laserna Pinz n, Antanas Mockus, Estanislao Zuleta, Luis Carlos Restrepo Books LLC

Colombian Philosophers: Gonzalo Arango, Nicol s G mez D vila, Mario Laserna Pinz n, Antanas Mockus, Estanislao Zuleta, Luis Carlos Restrepo

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Published May 31st 2010
ISBN : 9781156326480
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38 pages
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Chapters: Gonzalo Arango, Nicols Gmez Dvila, Mario Laserna Pinzn, Antanas Mockus, Estanislao Zuleta, Luis Carlos Restrepo, Eliana Herrera Vega. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trialMoreChapters: Gonzalo Arango, Nicols Gmez Dvila, Mario Laserna Pinzn, Antanas Mockus, Estanislao Zuleta, Luis Carlos Restrepo, Eliana Herrera Vega. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Gonzalo Arango Arias (born in Andes, Antioquia 1931 - Tocancip, Cundinamarca 1976) was a Colombian poet, journalist and philosopher. He was famous in his country for being the founder of a literature and philosophy movement called Nadasmo (Nothingness) with other young Colombian thinkers of his generation and that was inspired by the Colombian philosopher Fernando Gonzlez Ochoa. The intensity of his life is full of contrasts from an open atheism to an intense spirituality and a strong critic of the society of his time. Those contrasts can be read in the First Manifesto of Nadasmo as The artist is considered sometimes a symbol fluctuation between holiness and madness. Arango died in a tragic car accident in the city of Tocancip in 1976 when he was planning to move to London so that Colombians to miss me, win me. Gonzalo Arango was born in Andes, a town of the Antioquian South-Eastern region in 1931 in a time known in Colombia as the Regimen of the Liberals that had to face the Great Depression. It was also the time of Constitutional and social reforms like that of president Alfonso Lpez Pumarejo. When he was an adolescent he saw the precipitation of the country in a bloody fight among the two traditional parties after El Bogotazo of April 9, 1948 with the murder of the presidential candidate Jorge Eliecer Gaitn. He lived also a time when the Catholic Church in Colombia has the control of education due to the Colombian Constitution of 1886 and it had a great authority over political, cultural and social matters, for example, the censorship over intellectua...More: https://booksllc.net/?id=1420477