La impronta del krausismo en el pensamiento martiano


The treatment of the impact of Krauseism on Cuban culture has had the aim, in general, of demonstrating its inexistence or the precarious nature of its manifestations, typically taking a subjective position that is contrary to the recognition of the influx of Krause in paradigmatic figures of our political and cultural history. The historiography is replete with distorting topics and stereotypes such as the one that perceives Krause as a mediocre follower of Classical German Philosophy, mystic and nebulous. From these perspectives that configure said valuation of Krause, it is considered inadmissible that his ideas could have left their mark on the thinking of Luz y Caballero, or on Marti. This article examines the presence of Krauseism in the thinking of the latter.