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Adérito Sedas Nunes e o bispo do Porto em 1958

José Barreto
Análise Social
Vol. 42, No. 182 (2007), pp. 11-33
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41012456
Page Count: 23
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Adérito Sedas Nunes e o bispo do Porto em 1958
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Abstract

O autor relata a convergência de percursos de vida, em 1958, entre o sociólogo Aderito Sedas Nunes, depois fundador do Instituto de Ciências Sociais e da revista Análise Social, e o bispo «sociólogo» D. António Ferreira Gomes, a quem Salazar imporia em 1959 um longo exílio no estrangeiro. Num momento fulcral da divisão política dos católicos, ambos queriam ver a Igreja descomprometida do corporativismo e do Estado Novo, a pensar já no pós-salazarismo. L'auteur relate la convergence, en 1958, entre le parcours de vie du sociologue Aderito Sedas Nunes, plus tard fondateur de l'Institut des Sciences Sociales et de la publication Análise Social, et celui de l'évêque «sociologue» D. Antonio Ferreira Gomes, auquel Solazar imposerait en 1959 un long exil à l'étranger. A un moment fondamental de la division politique des catholiques, ils souhaitaient tous deux assister à une Eglise non engagée avec le corporativisme et le Estado Novo, en pensant déjà au postsalazarisme. The author tells of how the paths of sociologist Aderito Sedas Nunes, who later founded the Instituto de Ciências Sociais and the journal Análise Social, and of the «sociological» bishop D. Antonio Ferreira Gomes crossed in 1958. In 1959 Solazar exiled the bishop abroad for a long period. At a pivotal moment of political division among catholics, both men wished to see the Church disengage from corporativism and the Estado Novo, already with an eye to the post-Salazarist future.

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