Bartolomé de Las Casas La controverse entre Las Casas et Sépúlveda La controverse entre Las Casas et Sepúlveda (1550-1551), connue sous le nom de controverse de Valladolid, est une interrogation des fondements de l'impérialisme européen qui le fait apparaître à ses propres yeux comme une entreprise civilisatrice ou génocidaire. Document 1—Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda "The man rules over the woman, the adult over the child, the father over his children. Il dénonce les préjugés. Leyes nuevas de 1542 avant la controverse de Valladolid opposant Las Casas à Juan Ginès de Sepùlveda ; Mais Las Casas présente une particularité qui le distingue de Montesinos, son aîné. We turn to the 1550–1 Valladolid debates between Sepúlveda and Las Casas to gain insight into some of the questions facing just war theorists today because the debates lay bare the logic for expanding jus ad bellum in the case of those perceived to be barbarians, and a compelling counter-argument. 17 listopada 1573) – hiszpański teolog, humanista i kronikarz, znawca filozofii antycznej, autor pierwszych tłumaczeń dzieł Arystotelesa z łaciny na język hiszpański; obecnie znany przede wszystkim ze swojej kontrowersji z Bartolomé de Las Casas, która miała miejsce na przełomie lat 1550-1551 w Valladolid 21, págs. Highlight lines that relate to the Valladolid debate claims and counterclaims. Fu avversario di Bartolomé de las Casas nella controversia di Valladolid nel 1550 sulla giustificazione della conquista spagnola delle Indie. Ici se trouve une dispute ou controverse entre l’évêque frère Bartolomé de Las Casas […] et le docteur Ginés Sepúlveda, chroniqueur de l’empereur. The Valladolid Debates. ated: two Spanish notables, Bartolomé de las Casas and Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda, had a meeting in Valladolid in 1550 to discuss a big national problem that was as important for the Indians as for Aristotle. Cuadernos Americanos 212, 1977. ↑ Bartolomé de Las Casas… punishments to which the Indians were subjected, horrors that Las Casas personally witnessed and documented. The debate at Valladolid. Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía , Madrid, núm. In the ensuing years after Valladolid both Las Casas and Sepülveda 01.03 Assessment Template Step 1—Closely read and annotate the Sepúlveda and Las Casas documents. For the "real" benefit of the Indians. 1970s, historians began to reassess the Las Casas-Sepülveda controversy. The lessons from Valladolid, therefore, might … Sepúlveda and Bartolomé de las Casas. That is to say, the most powerful and most perfect rule over the weakest and most imperfect. What did neither side argue? 1490 w Pozoblanco w regionie Kordoby, zm. De 1550 à 1551, Las Casas soumet une défense soutenue des droits des Amérindiens à Valladolid, afin de contrer les arguments avancés par son adversaire de taille Sepúlveda. La Controversia de Valladolid no contó con un fallo oficial. Las Casas insiste sur les horreurs, même sur la multiplication des horreurs : "Une autre fois j'ai vu un soldat, en riant, planter sa dague dans le flanc d'un enfant, et cet enfant allait de-ci de-là en tenant à deux mains ses entrailles qui s'échappaient !" 10. The arguments presented by Las Casas and Sepúlveda to the junta of Valladolid remained too abstract, with both sides stubbornly clinging to their opposite theories that ironically relied on similar, if not the same, theoretical authorities, which were interpreted to suit their respective arguments. Step 1—Closely read and annotate the Sepúlveda and Las Casas documents. Las Casas cherche à détruire la thèse de son adversaire. En la Junta de Valladolid de 1550 los principales contendientes dialécticos fueron fray Bartolomé de las Casas y Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda. Clark, C. Evan, "From Valladolid to Venezuela : the legacy of Las Casas, Vitoria, and Sepúlveda in the current Venezuelan crisis." Highlight lines that relate to the Valladolid debate claims and counterclaims. In 1533 and 1534 Sepúlveda wrote to Desiderius Erasmus from Rome concerning differences between Erasmus's Greek New Testament and the Codex Vaticanus.He was the adversary of Bartolomé de las Casas in the Valladolid Controversy in 1550 concerning the justification of the Spanish Conquest of the Indies. Sepúlveda used theories of natural slavery and just war to present his arguments to the council at Valladolid, and Las Casas argued against his proposals, citing the same philosophies introduced by his opponent. Entre los meses de agosto de 1550 y abril de 1551 se produce la famosa controversia entre Bartolomé de las Casas y el jurista español Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda. They read from Democrates alter and the Apologia while various scholars and courtiers sat as judges. El doctor Sepúlveda, después de visto el summario que el dicho muy reverendo padre maestro fray Domingo de Soto hizo por comisión (como Bartolomé de Las Casas debates the subjugation of the Indians, 1550 This tract, a summary of a debate concerning the subjugation of Indians, contains the arguments of Bartolomé de Las Casas, the Bishop of Chiapas, Mexico, and Juan Gines Sepulveda, an influential Spanish philosopher, concerning the treatment of American Indians in the New World. La controverse entre Las Casas et Sepúlveda (1550-1551), connue sous le nom de controverse de Valladolid, est une interrogation des fondements de l’impérialisme européen qui le fait apparaître à ses propres yeux comme une entreprise civilisatrice ou génocidaire. They met twice, in 1550 and 1551. The Valladolid debates have been largely overlooked by just war scholars, yet under-standing the clash between Sepúlveda and Las Casas can be useful to gain insight into some of the questions now facing just war theorists because the controversy lays bare the Als Disput von Valladolid (Junta de Valladolid) bezeichnet man die Auseinandersetzung zwischen dem Dominikaner Bartolomé de Las Casas und dem Weltpriester und Humanisten Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda in der spanischen Stadt Valladolid über die Versklavung der Amerindianer 1550/51.. Geschichte. Frustrated, Las Casas returned to Spain. Document 1—Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda "The man rules over the woman, the adult over the child, the father over his children. College of Arts & Sciences Senior Honors Theses. (2020). […] Monsieur le docteur Sepúlveda a donc brièvement fondé son avis sur quatre raisons. El representante papal, el … ... Las Casas saw no end to Spanish conquest, Sepulveda did not see the encomienda system strengthen as Las Casas continued to be a defender of the Indians. tre Fray Bartolomé de las Casas (1474-1566) y Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda (1490- 1573)». Contrairement à Sépulvéda, il est passionné : "s'écrie". Il utilise une ponctuation très expressive. The debates at Valladolid in 1550–51 between Las Casas and Sepúlveda, arguing their conceptions of the human, can shed light on how and why arguments for inequality creep back into the modern discourse on alterity. In their biography of the friar, for instance, Henry Raup Wagner and Helen Rand Parish point out one of the positive outcomes of the debate. La répétition permet l'insistance : anaphore de "j'ai vu". That is to say, the most powerful and most perfect rule over the weakest and most imperfect. After observing this exchange, Carlos V invited Las Casas and Sepúlveda to debate one another on the matter at Valladolid. The lessons from Valladolid, therefore, might help to … What was the main idea of the debate? La controversia di Valladolid La controversia di Valladolid è un dibattito che ha opposto essenzialmente il frate domenicano Bartolomé de Las Casas e il teologo Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda in due sedute di un mese ciascuna (la prima nel 1550 e la seconda nel 1551) nel collegio San Gregorio di Valladolid. The Valladolid debate (1550–1551) concerned the treatment of natives of the New World.Held in the Colegio de San Gregorio, in the Spanish city of Valladolid, it consisted of two opposing views about the colonization of the Americas. Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda (ur. Entre los meses de agosto de 1550 y abril de 1551 se produce la famosa controversia entre Bartolomé de las Casas y el jurista español Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda. The debates at Valladolid in 1550-51 between Las Casas and Sepulveda, arguing their conceptions of the human, can shed light on how and why arguments for inequality creep back into the modern discourse on alterity. ↑ Silvio Zavala: Aspectos Formales de la Controversia entre Sepúlveda y Las Casas en Valladolid, a mediados del siglo XVI y observaciones sobre la apologia de Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas, pages 137-162. Il réfute le raisonnement adverse et déclare que Sépulvéda est illogique et même hypocrite. Bartolomé de Las Casas Controversia Las Casas-Sepúlveda Fin del summario que colligio el egregio padre maestro Fray Domingo de Soto de la Apología del obis po de Chiapa y las razones del doctor Sepúlveda.