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Argentina is unlike other Latin American countries in that its population is in large part the result of the massive European immigration that took place beginning in the late nineteenth century. Between the last decades of that century and with the global economic crisis of 1930, the country experienced increased prosperity. During that interval, the cultural climate was infused with a number of avant-garde intellectual currents.
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Argentina is unlike [[other]] [[Latin]] American countries in that its population is in large part the result of the massive European [[immigration]] that took [[place]] beginning in the late nineteenth century. Between the last decades of that century and with the [[global]] [[economic]] crisis of 1930, the country experienced increased prosperity. During that interval, the [[cultural]] climate was infused with a [[number]] of avant-garde [[intellectual]] currents.
  
Psychoanalysis in Argentina can be broken down into five periods: 1) the pre-institutional period, 2) the...
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[[Psychoanalysis]] in Argentina can be broken down into five periods: 1) the pre-institutional period, 2) the...

Latest revision as of 21:12, 23 May 2019

Argentina is unlike other Latin American countries in that its population is in large part the result of the massive European immigration that took place beginning in the late nineteenth century. Between the last decades of that century and with the global economic crisis of 1930, the country experienced increased prosperity. During that interval, the cultural climate was infused with a number of avant-garde intellectual currents.

Psychoanalysis in Argentina can be broken down into five periods: 1) the pre-institutional period, 2) the...