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La masculinidad católica en la revolución: un aspecto de la politización de las masas en el Reino de las Dos Sicilias (1820-1848)

Abstract : The successive revolts and revolutions the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies experienced throughout the first half of the 19th century knew the construction of a new archetype, the Catholic man, a mobilising figure supposed to represent the regenerated citizen and associated with a system of values taken from religion, but transposed to the political arena in a secularised form. It took advantage of the support given by part of the lower clergy to the liberal and democratic movements, because of the place they took in revolutionary pedagogy. The figures then promoted, that of the military hero and that of the political martyr, constituted ethical models that were amply developed in liberal literature, but whose uses evolved: the development of radical currents from the 1830s and 1840s consecrated the place of fighting Christian masculinities, capable of resisting the government of Ferdinand II, perceived as tyrannical.
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Pierre-Marie Delpu. La masculinidad católica en la revolución: un aspecto de la politización de las masas en el Reino de las Dos Sicilias (1820-1848). Espacio, Tiempo y Forma, Serie V, Historia Contemporánea , UNED, 2021, pp.63-83. ⟨halshs-03223297⟩

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