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Presencia Del Pensamiento Martiano En Las Tunas Durante La Neocolonia

  • Yudenia Arias David
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    La recepción martiana es un aspecto poco trabajado en el territorio y consideramos que es de gran importancia, pues va más allá de conocer la vida y obra del Apóstol, sino que permite explicar la connotación de determinados hechos que ocurrieron en la localidad, que nos da la medida de la incorporación y aceptación de ese conocimiento. El artículo, pretende revelar la vigencia e influencia del pensamiento y la obra martiana en la sociedad cubana, como expresión revolucionaria en la República Neocolonial, defendiendo la idea de que la evolución histórica a la recepción de la obra y el pensamiento martiano durante la neocolonia en Las Tunas enriquece la labor pedagógica bajo el principio de que educar, es preparar al hombre para la vida.

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    Volume (Year): (2012)
    Issue (Month): 2012-06 (June)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:coccss:y:2012:i:2012-06:42
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