El debate abolicionista en el primer liberalismo español | Abolitionist debate during the first Spanish liberalism
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Martínez de Pisón Cavero, José María
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2017

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Spain was the last of the old colonial empires to abolish the slave trade. England, one of the nations that most benefited from trafficking, did so in 1807. However, since the early century XIX, within the first liberalism an initial movement for the abolition of the slave trade emerged in Spain. This paper focuses on three milestones: the defense of the abolition of the slave trade by Isidoro Antillon in his Disertación, read in Madrid in 1802; the Cortes de Cadiz debates on slavery, mainly the session of April 2, 1811; finally, José María Blanco White's contribution to the discussion and the publication in 1814 of his Bosquejo del comercio de esclavos.

    Martínez de Pisón Cavero, José María. El debate abolicionista en el primer liberalismo español | Abolitionist debate during the first Spanish liberalism. En: Cuadernos electrónicos de filosofía del derecho, 35 2017: 2-

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