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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2013.tde-30042013-102854
Document
Author
Full name
Thais Helena dos Santos Buvalovas
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Machado, Maria Helena Pereira Toledo (President)
Albieri, Sara
Azevedo, Francisca Lucia Nogueira de
Marson, Izabel Andrade
Pimenta, João Paulo Garrido
Title in Portuguese
Hipólito da Costa em Londres: libertadores, whiggs e radicais no discurso político do Correio Braziliense (1808-1812)
Keywords in Portuguese
Constituição antiga
História da Inglaterra: séculos XVI-XIX
Imprensa
Libertadores hispano-americanos
Radicalismo em Londres
Whiggismo
Abstract in Portuguese
Hipólito José da Costa se tornou célebre como editor do Correio Braziliense, periódico que publicou durante seu exílio em Londres, de 1808 a 1822. A historiografia mais recente em língua portuguesa tem identificado Hipólito como herdeiro do reformismo ilustrado português, mas o discurso de seu jornal mostra que ele transitava em âmbito bem mais vasto. Esta tese demonstra que o Correio Braziliense estava inserido numa rede textual bastante ampla, de filiação anglo-americana e âmbito transoceânico, cujo principal centro de gravidade e articulação era a capital britânica. Os textos publicados pelo exilado luso-brasileiro entre os anos de 1808 e 1812, período ao qual está circunscrito este trabalho, permitem distinguir com clareza sua filiação a um corpo de ideias que não encontra referências no universo mental da sociedade portuguesa e cujo nexo pode ser localizado no chamado whiggismo, bem como em vertentes mais radicais do pensamento político britânico.
Title in English
Hipólito da Costa in London: liberators, whiggs and radicals in the political discourse of Correio Braziliense (1808-1812)
Keywords in English
Ancient constitution
Hispanic-American liberators
History of England: XVI-XIX centuries
Press
Radicalism in London
Whiggism
Abstract in English
Hipólito José da Costa became renowned as editor of Correio Braziliense, a periodical which he published during his exile in London, from 1808 to 1822. The most recent historiography in Portuguese has identified Hipólito as heir to the Portuguese enlightened reformism, but his publication´s discourse shows that he was moving in much wider circles. This thesis demonstrates that Correio Braziliense was inserted in a very broad textual network, with Anglo-American affiliation and transoceanic extent, whose main center of gravity and articulation was the British capital. The texts published by the Portuguese-Brazilian exile from the years 1808 to 1812, the period which is covered by this work, allows one to clearly distinguish his affiliation with a set of ideas which has no reference to the mental world of the Portuguese society and whose nexus can be found in the so-called whiggism, as well as in more radical aspects of British political thought.
 
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2013-04-30
 
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