defensa de la raza indígena publicada por Franz Tamayo bajo su serie de recopilados en un volumen titulado Creación de la pedagogía nacional. En apretado resumen de lo que hemos expuesto en este ensayo concluimos que de la. instead, global hegemony, in competition with Anglo-Saxon domination of the global market. See Franz Tamayo, Creación de la pedagogia nacional (La. In Bolivia, Franz Tamayo () rejected Alcides Arguedas’ predeterminism and exalted the individual will in Creacion de la pedagogia nacional (; As Emilio Uranga says in Analisis del ser del mexicano (; Analysis of the.
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Franz Tamayo, a poet, writer, and politician, is considered the dominant Bolivian intellectual of the first half of the twentieth century.
Named Francisco at birth, on February 29,he later changed his name to Franz. His father was a well-known politician from the Bolivian upper classes, whereas his mother Felicidad Solares was of indigenous descent.
Being of mestizo heritage—a difficult condition in the face of Bolivian racism—was the determining factor in his thinking on Bolivia’s social and political future. Tamayo’s poetry, part of the Bolivian canon, is the last major example of the modernismo movement in Bolivian literature.
Tamayo, Franz (1879–1956)
However, his musical verses, infused with German philosophy and, particularly, classical erudition, convey a strong metaphysical scope that goes beyond the definition of Latin American modernismo. For most of his life, Tamayo actively participated in Bolivian politics. He was a member of the congress several mandates between andthe founder of his own political party Radical Partynacioonal candidate for president of Bolivia andand through his newspaper articles, a persistent critic of the governments he opposed, as well as of Bolivian society.
Tamayo died on July 29, See also Bolivia, Political Parties: Spanish Pedzgogia ; Mestizo. Yo fui el orgullo: Vida y pensamiento de Franz Tamayo.
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