Juan Bautista Alberdi
Argentine political writers
Argentines of Spanish descent
Argentine diplomats Forum
Juan Bautista Alberdi was an Argentine political theorist and diplomat. Although he lived most of his life in exile in Montevideo and Chile, he was one of the most influential Argentine liberals of his age.
Juan Bautista Alberdi was born in San Miguel de Tucuman, capital city of the province of Tucuman, Argentina, in the year of the May Revolution, the beginning of Argentine emancipation from the motherland, Spain. His father, Salvador Alberdi, was a Spanish merchant; his mother, Josefa Araoz y Balderrama, had been born into an Argentine family of Spanish descent. She died as a result of Juan Bautista's birth.
Alberdi's family had supported the Argentine Revolution from the beginning. His father was close to Belgrano, an important revolutionary, who had a decisive influence on the life and work of young Alberdi.
Bases y puntos de partida para la organizacion politica de la Republica Argentina (PDF Spanish)
El Crimen de la Guerra (PDF Spanish)
Fragmento preliminar al estudio del derecho (PDF Spanish)
La omnipotencia del estado (PDF Spanish)
Palabras de un ausente (PDF Spanish)
Peregrinacion de luz del dia en America (PDF Spanish)
Reflexiones Historicas I (PDF Spanish)
Reflexiones Historicas II (PDF Spanish)
Reflexiones Historicas III (PDF Spanish)
Sistema Economico y Rentistico (PDF Spanish)
Tobias o la carcel a vela (PDF Spanish)
Viajes y descripciones (PDF Spanish)
La Omnipotencia del Estado es la Negacion de la Libertad Individual
Juan Bautista Alberdi Quotes (Spanish)
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