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La Liberté dans le discours synarchiste mexicain

Abstract : "Patria, Justicia y Libertad," was the slogan of the Mexican synarchists. Thus these counter- revolutionaries who organized themselves around a movement in Mexico in the 1930’s included in their rhetoric the term of "freedom" and gave it a key place. "Synarchy" means "with order and government". The extreme structuring of the movement t, the number of norms framing the members' behaviour and the number of the precepts, are baffling. Ambivalence seems to lead to a paradox. This article both considers the meanings that synarchists give to the term "freedom" to establish whether there is an actual ideological paradox or an accepted ideological ambivalence and their margins in terms of freedom of conduct and thinking. This study is based on three types of documents: fundamental synarchist texts, the synarchists’ weekly newspaper El Sinarquista, and the 1917 Mexican Constitution.
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Marjorie Janer. La Liberté dans le discours synarchiste mexicain. HispanismeS, Société des hispanistes français de l'enseignement supérieur, 2017, Liberté(s) dans le monde ibérique et ibéro-américain, pp.120. ⟨hal-02381433⟩



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