Profile of Man and Culture in Mexico

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INDEX
Abad, -----: 46
academic circles: pedantry in, 159
Acevedo, Jes£s: 87
action: and thought, 65; limitations on, 74
Adam in Paradise: and youth, 149
adaptation: of man, 5; of circumstances, 5-6
Adler, Alfred: psychological theories of, 5-8, 56; and Mexican psychology, 8-9
adolescents: 142, 148
age. SEE old age
agriculture: Indian in, 169
Alamán, Lucas: position of, 28
Alberdi, -----: 31
Alegre, -----: 46
Allain, -----: 135
Alzate, -----: 131
ambition: limitations on, 10, 128
--, unrealistic: and sense of inferiority, 6-8, 10; of Mexicans, 10- 11, 40-41, 67-68; results of, 42; and political idealism, 42, 42-43; of pedant, 160
America: conquest of, 29
--, Spanish. SEE Hispanic America
American culture. SEE culture, Hispanic-American; culture, North American
Americans, Spanish. SEE Spanish Americans
anarchy: in Mexican culture, 19, 77, 128, 172
Andalusians: in Spain, 170
Anglo-Saxons: influence of, 52
anti-intellectualism: development of, 41
antiquity: and humanism, 13, 116
antireligious prejudice: 82
anxiety: and religion, 85
architecture: and French classicism, 50; of churches, 77-78, 79; baroque in, 79
Ariel: by José Enrique Rod¢, 83, 93
Aristotelian philosophy: 46
art: of Indians, 34-35, 169; influence on, 50, 146; characteristics of, 78-79, 102-103, 133; as expression of culture, 112; pedantry in, 158
Ateneo de la Juventud. SEE Athenaeum of Youth
Athenaeum of Youth: characteristics of, 86-87; purposes of, 86-88, 92-93; influence of, 88, 93; and positivism, 92-93
autognosis:179
automatism. SEE civilization, mechanistic
Aymará: as a second language, 122
Aztecs: 38; ritual of, 72
Barreda, -----: 81
Basques: in Spain, 170
Bergson, Henri: 87, 93
Beyond The Mexique Bay:134

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