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El cortesano discreto: Itinerario de una ciencia áulica (ss. XVI-XVII)

Antonio Álvarez-Ossorio Alvariño
Historia Social
No. 28 (1997), pp. 73-94
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40340610
Page Count: 22
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Abstract

La corte real fue el espacio clave donde se ponía de manifiesto los términos dinámicos de un acuerdo tácito entre realeza y nobleza. A la sombra de la corte de los monarcas hispanos tuvo lugar un proceso de transformación de los valores y del modo de vida de los grupos dominantes en la monarquía católica. La elaboración y difusión del arquetipo de cortesano permite comprender la estructura de una corte que se ha venido estudiando, por lo general, desde un punto de vista estrictamente político-institucional. El universo áulico no se limitaba a la corte de Madrid o a las diversas cortes provinciales señoriales, sino que se extendía al conjunto de la sociedad política de la monarquía católica. Por lo cual la cortesanía fue una ciencia universal para toda Europa dentro del antiguo régimen. /// The royal court was the key space where the dynamic terms of a tacit agreement between royalty and nobility were made manifest. In the shadow of the Spanish monarchs' court there was a process of transformation of the values and lifestyle of the dominant groups under the Catholic monarchy. The preparation and diffusion of the courtesan archetype enables an understanding of the structure of a court that has generally been examined up to now from a strictly political-institutional standpoint. The court universe was not only limited to the Madrid court or to noblemen's different provincial courts, but also extended to the whole political society of the Catholic monarchy. For this reason courtliness was a universal science for the whole of Europe under the Ancien regime.

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