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Meaning of neoplateresco



Spanish architectural style, widely diffused at the beginning of the twentieth century as a revaluation of plateresque ("typically Spanish Renaissance style") and is a consequence of the historicist philosophical current of the late nineteenth century. It was presented by the architect José Urioste in the pavilion of the Universal Exhibition of Paris (1900). See prefix neo- ( "new" ) .


Carlos Vargas Parra

Neoplateresque : refers to a new way of thinking similar to sophism, where an individual alleges something absurd to support his idea. It comes from the character PLATERO and by its form of . thinking looks like the equine mentado





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