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'''Laureano Vallenilla Lanz''' (Novembersinh ngày 10, tháng 11 năm 1870 – Novembermất ngày 16, tháng 11 năm 1936) was amột [[Venezuela]]nhọc intellectualgiả andvà nhà xã hội học người [[sociologistVenezuela]]. whoÔng occupied thechủ presidencytịch ofquốc thehội congresstrong forvòng 20 yearsnăm duringdưới thechính Gomezquyền regimeGomez.<ref name=diego>{{cite book|last1=von Vacano|first1=Diego A.|title=The Color of Citizenship: Race, Modernity and Latin American / Hispanic Political Thought|publisher=Oxford University Press|date=2012 | location=Oxford, UK|isbn=9780199746668|pages=83–111|url=}}</ref><ref>{{es icon}} [ "Vallenilla Lanz, Laureano"], biography, [[Venezuelan Institute for Scientific Research|Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas]]. Accessed November 20, 2007.</ref>
==Sự nghiệp chính trị==
==Political career==
==Ý thức hệ==
Vallenilla Lanz held a number of positions under the dictatorship of [[Juan Vicente Gómez]] and was well known as an apologist for his regime. In his best-known work, ''Cesarismo Democrático'' (1919; [[English language|English]] title: ''Democratic Caesarism''), he justified the ''[[caudillo]]'' system by stating that due to the character of the Venezuelan people, rule by a dictator was necessary to maintain public order. In his view, this system was democratic in the sense that it was due to the "unconscious suggestion of the majority".<ref>pp. 15&ndash;17, ''Rómulo Betancourt and the Transformation of Venezuela'', Robert Jackson Alexander, Transaction Publishers, 1982, ISBN 0-87855-450-5.</ref><ref>Leo B. Lott, [ "Executive Power in Venezuela"], ''[[American Political Science Review]]'' '''50''', #2 (June 1956), pp. 422&ndash;441.</ref>
===Dân chủ kiểu Caesar===
He was for a time the [[Envoy (title)|Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary]] of Venezuela to France during the 1930s. <ref> {{cite news |author=<!--Staff writer(s); no by-line.--> |title= Venezuela|url=|newspaper=Liste de MM. les membres du Corps diplomatique |location=Paris |date=July 10, 1935 |access-date=May 12, 2016 }}</ref>
==Cái chết==
Đám tang Vallenilla's funeralđược wastổ heldchức onvào Novemberngày 18, 1936tháng at11 thenăm 1936 tại [[Église Saint-Pierre-de-Chaillot]] intại Paris. TheNghi remembrancethức wastưởng ledniệm byđược histhực sonhiện bởi con ông là Laureano Vallenilla andvà một số thành otherviên memberskhác oftrong thegia familyđình. <ref> {{cite news|language=French |author=<!--Staff writer(s); no by-line.--> |title=Deuils |url= |newspaper=Le Figaro |location= |date=November 19, 1936 |access-date=May 12, 2016 }}</ref>
==Ideology Xem thêm ==
Vallenilla was "largely responsible for developing a body of historical and sociological theory dealing with issues of race, power relations, and social development". He viewed "the popular masses as a backward and unruly social group" and argued that political leadership needed to be "exercised through the mediation of a popular strongman who would channel the energies of the masses during the transition to a democratic order".<ref name=aponte>{{cite book|last1=Aponte|first1=Pedro Rafael|title=The Invention of the National in Venezuelan Art Music, 1920–1960|date=2008|publisher=University of Pittsburgh|isbn=9781109053203|url=|pages=33–36}}</ref>
===Democratic Caesarism===
Specifically, Vallenilla argued that [[race (human classification)|race]] had no biological basis and ought to be understood as [[Social constructionism|socially constructed]], particularly through political projects of nation-making. Vallenilla assailed the notion that racial purity provides moral or political legitimacy.
Vallenilla's funeral was held on November 18, 1936 at the [[Église Saint-Pierre-de-Chaillot]] in Paris. The remembrance was led by his son Laureano Vallenilla and other members of the family. <ref> {{cite news|language=French |author=<!--Staff writer(s); no by-line.--> |title=Deuils |url= |newspaper=Le Figaro |location= |date=November 19, 1936 |access-date=May 12, 2016 }}</ref>
== See also ==
*[[José Gil Fortoul]]
*[[Văn học Venezuela]]
*[[Venezuelan literature]]
*[[Danh sách nhà văn Venezuela]]
*[[List of Venezuelan writers]]
==ReferencesChú thích==
==Liên kết ngoài==
==External links==
* {{Internet Archive author |sname=Laureano Vallenilla Lanz}}

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