Religión y Libertad en la Independencia de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica: desde la Emancipación Reformada a la Emancipación Ilustrada

Intus Legere -Historia-, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile 7:99-120 (2014)
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Abstract

The main characteristic of the so called "American Dream" lies in the fact of being strongly rooted in historical consciousness as the basis of identity and, therefore, as germ of custom and culture. Consequently, to fully understand the history of the United States, it is essential to refer to its origins, specifically with regard to the central role played by religion in the process of independence of the thirteen colonies. Does the history of the United States represent a unique and original event in universal history? Can it be said that the religious factor played a catalytic role in the political, social and economic development? To what extent religion granted unity and identity to the formation process of American culture, paving the way for the subsequent birth of a new political ideology?

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Andrés Stark Azócar
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez

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