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Ars Pharmaceutica (Internet)

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Abstract

RAMOS CARRILLO, Antonio; MORENO TORAL, Esteban  and  BRAVO DIAZ, Luis. Bravo Murillo and the study regulations of 1852. Ars Pharm [online]. 2020, vol.61, n.1, pp.25-32.  Epub July 20, 2020. ISSN 2340-9894.  http://dx.doi.org/10.30827/ars.v61i1.9414.

Objectives:

Analyze the extensive Regulation of studies of 1852, where everything related to secondary and university education in Spain is legislated, choosing the legislated for teaching in the Faculties of Pharmacy and Medicine.

Method:

In general, we have consulted the Historical Archives of Madrid and Seville; 39 books; 60 internet appointments; 3 issues of the “Colección legislativa de España”; and numerous “Gaceta de Madrid” of the years between 1845 and 1931; and revised 5 “Boletín Oficial de Estado”.

Results:

In the 19th century, before the Regulation of Studies of 1852 was enacted, with Bravo Murillo as President of the Government, a series of Reforms, Projects, Plans, Regulations, etc. were approved, up to a total of 17.

The Study Regulations of 1852 consist of 10 sections, 36 titles, seven chapters and 420 articles. The Regulation legislates on the general government of public instruction, the university districts, the internal and economic regime, the literary course and teaching methods, the public teaching staff, the students, with their rights and obligations and the private establishments, the academic dress and the badges.

Conclusions:

The Study Regulations of 1852 represented a step forward in the organization of education at that time and, very particularly, in university education. In more than 400 articles almost everything is legislated: the Rector to the bedeles, also professors, lecturers, students, etc.

Keywords : Bravo Murillo; University; Pharmacy.

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