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  • Lealtad en el exilio: afiliaciones concéntricas y enunciación hispanista en la Historia antigua de México (1780) de Francisco Javier Clavijero (1731-1787)

    Fernando J. Silva Guerrero (2015)
    This article presents an analysis of the identity links as enunciated in the Historia antigua de México (1780), written by the Novohispano Jesuit Francisco Javier Clavijero (1731-1787). Facing the degrading European theses which, during the mid-18th century, had tried to justify the inferiority of the population of the Americas, Clavijero built his defense for the people of the valley of Anahuac not only from a strictly criollo and Americanist position, but also from a Hispanic one, born from...

    Juicios y actitudes lingüísticas en el Perú y su reflejo en las novelas de Jaime Bayly

    Florencio del Barrio (2008)
    Las novelas de Jaime Bayly muestran un reflejo literario del conflicto lingüístico que caracteriza el español en Perú. Siguiendo las ideas de Coseriu sobre la competencia de los hablantes como lingüistas y las teorías psicosociales de Giles sobre la acomodación, analizamos en el presente trabajo los juicios que los protagonistas emiten sobre el castellano. Para ellos el castellano se ha convertido en una marca de etnicidad de un grupo social concreto y reaccionan ante expresiones que pertenec...

    Asedio al universo discursivo de un poema de Martín Adán

    Alfredo Elejalde F. (2000)
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    ¿Qué tan “amazónicas” son las lenguas kawapana? Contacto con las lenguas centro-andinas y elementos para un área lingüística intermedia

    Pilar M. Valenzuela (2015)
    The kawapana linguistic family of northeastern Peru is formed by shiwilu and shawi languages, also known as Jebero and Chayahuita respectively. Ordinarily, it is usually categorize kawapana languages as “Amazonian” linguistic entities. However, this study shows that they share significant grammatical similarities to the central-andean quechua and aymara families, as well as other languages of the relatively nearby lowlands. This convergence would be the result of linguistic changes induced by...

    De la sublimación del amor

    Enrique Ballón Aguirre (2010)
    The “love’s sublimation” subject was under debate in the Kant and Hegel aesthetic doctrine. This controversy was also illustrated by the colonial Hispanic-American poetry of Diego Dávalos y Figueroa, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and Juan del Valle y Caviedes. This article looks into the semantic structure of tree poems in order to determine their poetic scopes in the frame of the Kant-Hegel aesthetic discussion.
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