La ley y el código en las constituciones provinciales independentistas de la Nueva Granada: ¿Para qué más?

This work is a result of the research project "The legal culture in XIX century Antioquia", funded by the Universidad de Medellin (Colombia), and of the doctoral training process at the Universidad de Huelva (Spain), under the direction of professor Dr. Carlos Petit Calvo. In addition, this text is... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Botero Bernal, Andrés
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada 2013
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Laburpena: This work is a result of the research project "The legal culture in XIX century Antioquia", funded by the Universidad de Medellin (Colombia), and of the doctoral training process at the Universidad de Huelva (Spain), under the direction of professor Dr. Carlos Petit Calvo. In addition, this text is an abstract and an adaptation from a chapter of a larger work which is about to be published in the Universidad de Medellin. The interest of this article is none other than to identify the statist desire that, without completely renouncing to the colonial system, is within the first constitutionalism of the New Granada, starting from the complex mix between different theoretical positions present on the minds of the pro-independence Creoles. To do so, this paper analyzes the concept of law and code as the highest aspirations of the Spanish American independence constitutions. This ideal explains the title of this text. It took as foundation the examples found in the 1812 constitution of Antioquia which may well extend their general approaches to other provincial constitutions of the New Granada, as it is more that unites them than divides them.