Mexico City: Bonilla Artigas Editores (Colección novohispana, 6), 2020. First Edition. Paperback. 108p., wrps. new. Item #73849
In this book, four terms ambiguously raised in the bibliography about the 16th century in New Spain are analyzed - New Spain, Man, Humanism, Indian - to establish their meaning linguistically and historically, to specify the object of study that corresponds to each of them when used to argue about the problems involved, in short, to clarify some of the prejudices that are held about the humanity of the Indian and Mexican humanism, about the pejorative character of the word "Indian", about what is said to be the " New Spain"