By Tirso de Molina

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Edición de Francisco Florit Durán, catedrático de Literatura Española de l. a. Universidad de Murcia

El burlador de Sevilla significa l. a. irrupción en l. a. literatura de uno de sus grandes mitos, el de don Juan, el aristócrata amoral y cínico que seduce mujeres por el mero hecho de conquistarlas. De todas las versiones, l. a. de Tirso es l. a. más despiadada: ostenta que el mayor «gusto que en mí puede haber / es burlar a una mujer / y dejarla sin honor», con lo que a l. a. ofensa une l. a. crueldad, el desprecio de las leyes divinas y humanas e incluso el mofarse de los angeles otra vida.

Esta edición incluye una introducción que contextualiza l. a. obra, un aparto de notas, una cronología y una bibliografía esencial, así como también varias propuestas de discusión y debate en torno a l. a. lectura. Está al cuidado de Francisco Florit Durán, catedrático de literatura española enla Universidad de Murcia.

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The British officials had a closed case from their point of view. The rights of Englishmen were protected by Parliament, and Parliament had rejected the Americans舗 interpretation of their place in the empire. Common Sense ministered to the deep longing for clarity in those who had lived in a high state of unresolved agitation for more than a decade. Paine was not a profound thinker. He was more a vector for the radical theorizing about the origins of government that Thomas Hobbes and John Locke began in the seventeenth century.

233). Self-interest, formerly viewed as a tool of the devil, figured benignly throughout Common Sense as a prompter to good reasoning. His opening lines drew a contrast between society, with its voluntary cooperation prompted by mutual interests, and government, with its coercive power used for the benefit of the king and his courtiers. For those living in a hierarchical society where there was much fawning over patrons, self-interest also breathed a spirit of honesty, for when people followed their interest, there was no hint of hypocrisy.

4 Within a year Paine joined the Pennsylvania Antislavery Society and wrote 舠African Slavery in America舡 (1775) which appeared in the Pennsylvania Journal and the Weekly Advertiser, excoriating those who participated in the 舠savage practice ... contrary to the light of nature, to every principle of Justice and Humanity, and even good policy舡 (p. 5 ). Always quick to get to the point, Paine may have been the first person publicly to advocate emancipation. In his journal article, he was particularly effective in dismissing claims of biblical support for slavery.

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