La excepción argentina. Construcción del Estado y de la Iglesia en el siglo XIX

Roberto Di Stefano
2015 Procesos: Revista Ecuatoriana de Historia  
Around 1930, Argentina was one of the richest, most dynamic and modern countries in Latin America and, at the same time, the only one on the continent that had not separated Church from State. This observation can be summed up and singled out among the many hypotheses during the last decades that have permitted the questioning of the most schematic, linear and teleological reports concerning the secularization process. This article puts forward a report concerning the double process of state
more » ... process of state and ecclesiastical construction in Argentina in the Nineteenth Century. Its purpose is to suggest keys for understanding said report that permit the comprehension of special features concerning the type of laicism that Argentina adopted at the beginning of the Twentieth Century.
doi:10.29078/rp.v1i40.527 fatcat:blw7krhqqndixm2ki7tv7auk2q