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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2011.tde-25052012-130730
Document
Author
Full name
Pedro Gustavo Aubert
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Dantas, Monica Duarte (President)
Dolhnikoff, Miriam
Lopes, Jose Reinaldo de Lima
Title in Portuguese
Entre as idéias e a ação: O Visconde de Uruguai, o direito e a política na consolidação do Estado Nacional (1850 - 1866)
Keywords in Portuguese
Conciliação
Direito
Império do Brasil
Partidos
Política
Projeto
Abstract in Portuguese
Paulino José Soares de Souza (1807-1866) foi um dos políticos mais importantes do Partido Conservador no Império. Foi agraciado com o titulo de Visconde do Uruguai em 1855, depois de ter passado pelos Ministérios da Justiça e dos Negócios Estrangeiros em períodos extremamente importantes para a história do Império como a aprovação das reformas do Regresso, o fim do tráfico negreiro intercontinental e as campanhas platinas contra Rosas e Oribe. Subindo o Ministério da Conciliação em 1853, nunca mais voltou a responder por nenhuma pasta ministerial até a sua morte, permanecendo porém ativo como senador e conselheiro de Estado. O período compreendido entre 1853 e sua morte em 1866 é considerado por grande parte da historiografia como um período de ostracismo de Uruguai, idéia essa que começou a ser gestada pelos seus biógrafos do século XIX. Contudo foi nesse período que Uruguai escreveu suas obras. O presente trabalho visa não somente contestar essa idéia, mas expor como nesse período Uruguai deixou antever elementos de um projeto de organização do Estado Nacional.
Title in English
between ideas and action: viscount of Uruguay, lçaw and politics in the consolidation of the Nation State (1850-1866)
Keywords in English
Brazilian Empire
Conciliation
Parties
Policy
Project
Right
Abstract in English
Paulino José Soares de Souza (1807-1866) was one of the most influential members of the Conservative Party during the Brazilian Empire. He was awarded the title of Viscount Uruguay in 1855, after having served as Minister of Justice and as Minister of Foreign Affairs during extremely important periods for the history of the Empire, involving the reforms implemented by the movement which ultimately led to the organization of the Conservative Party (known as Regresso). After the Conciliation Cabinet took office in 1853, he never again held a ministerial office, but remained active as a Senator and member of the Council of State. The period extending from 1853 up to his death in 1866 is generally considered as a period of ostracism, a notion which was initially suggested by his 19th century biographers. But this was the period during which Viscount Uruguay wrote his major works. This investigation aims not only at disputing the idea of a retirement, but to show that during this period he drafted a project for the organization of the National State.
 
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2012-05-25
 
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