Man and woman by way of introduction, is necessary to point out that an arduous work may study each conception isolated or separately, since on the whole work of Flora Tristan might be reflected conglomeradamente each of these thoughts, interlinked. It is also worth mentioning that Flora for being a character in transition and emotional in large part, unable to speak of a conception of man, society and education, but will discuss the concepts of Tristan in these areas, since Flora does not handle a single category, but several, according to his idealism, historical time and context. There a certain conception of man, society, or education you can for example be reflected in peregrinations of a pariah, very different from that which can be handled in walks around London or Union Obrera. We can first start the study from his peregrinations of a pariah, where one can envision some conception of man. In Principle we observe an Ideal of man which want to reach: European, due to which this belongs to the society evolved, producing knowledge, knowledge and economic development. From there one can envision what would subsequently develop Comte in the three States of society. As then, this way of seeing the man, one could say, that this ideal was the positive man. So marked it is this conception of evolution of man, that even in all the work of Flora, Indians, blacks and mestizos do not appear listed by name but that are always mentioned as a whole, as mass.
See linking this with the mentioned above, through the removal of this text: … In the afternoon my uncle insisted on staying in the convent. I spent the night in the House without more company than my zamba. This girl told me: Miss don’t be afraid you nothing if soldiers or the rabonas come to steal, I am Indian like them its language is mine.