Plínio Salgado e integralismo: relação franco-luso-italiana

Translated title of the contribution: Plinio Salgado and integralism: French-Portuguese-Italian relationship

Leandro Pereira Gonçalves*

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This paper aims to follow the trajectory of Plínio Salgado for the formation and development of Brazilian Integralism. With multiple sources, this movement intended to build an original political doctrine. However, the circularity of ideas of the period allowed Plínio Salgado to be considerable influenced in the formation of his thought. In Portugal, he had the doctrinal example of the Integralismo Lusitano: A nationalist character movement of the radical right, inspired in the Action Franćaise, precursor of conservatism, which, like all the political groups of the early twentieth century, established a practical response to the theory given by Pope Leo XIII in 1891, through the Rerum Novarum. Based on the concept of political culture, this article proposes the analysis of the thought of the leader of Brazilian Integralism centered in a context of Lusitanian and basically Catholic influence, precept that accompanied him throughout his life.
Translated title of the contributionPlinio Salgado and integralism: French-Portuguese-Italian relationship
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)133-154
Number of pages22
JournalLusitania Sacra
Issue number26
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2012
Externally publishedYes


  • Plínio Salgado
  • Integralismo Lusitano
  • Radical conservatism
  • Brazil and Portugal


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