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Cuestiones constitucionales

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SOBERANES FERNANDEZ, José Luis. The anticlericalism in the Constituent Congress of 1916-1917. Cuest. Const. [online]. 2017, n.36, pp.199-241. ISSN 1405-9193.  http://dx.doi.org/10.22201/iij.24484881e.2017.36.10864.

The Constitution of the Mexican United States of February 5, 1917 brought many important contributions, not only to Mexican constitutionalism, but also to the universal one, for example, its social orientation. However, it also brought much debated issues, such as the treatment that gave it to the religious phenomenon in our country, as it was inspired by an anticlerical orientation that came from a mixture of protestantism, freemasonry and radical liberalism that, originated in a modern position arising from an opposition to a conservative religious stance, way of thought that had refused to follow the winds of modernity in the nineteenth century. Therefore, anticlericalism tried to be a rational response to a non-rational position. However, in the case of the Constitutional Congress of Queretaro, anticlericalism became a non-rational position that denied religious freedom. In this paper, it is intend to give a legal historical explanation of the anticlericalism of the Constituent Congress of Queretaro (1916-1917)

Palabras llave : Anticlericalism; Laicism; Protestantism; Society of Ideas; Freemasonry and Liberalism.

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