Joaquín Costa (September 14, 1846, Monzón, Huesca Province – February 8, 1911) was a Spanish politician, lawyer, economist and historian. The son of an Aragonese farmer and the son of the first marriage, Costa was self-educated and campaigned to end what he considered to be Spanish backwardness. He desired to start a movement that would force politicians to embark on a program of educational, social, and economic reform. According to Raymond Carr his ideas, known as 'Regenerationism'(scientific study of Spain's decline as a nation), rose to greater prominence in the aftermath of Spain's defeat in the Spanish–American War.

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  • Joaquín Costa Martínez (Monzón, 14 de septiembre de 1846-Graus, 8 de febrero de 1911) fue un político, jurista, economista e historiador español, el mayor representante del movimiento intelectual decimonónico conocido como regeneracionismo, con sus conocidos lemas «escuela y despensa» y «doble llave al sepulcro del Cid para que no vuelva a cabalgar». (es)
  • Joaquín Costa Martínez, né le 14 septembre 1846 à Monzón dans la province de Huesca et mort le 8 février 1911 à Graus dans la province de Huesca, est un homme politique, juriste, économiste et historien espagnol, qui fut le représentant majeur du mouvement intellectuel de la fin du XIXe siècle et du début du XXe siècle connu sous le nom de régénérationnisme (Regeneracionismo). (fr)
  • Joaquín Costa Martínez (* 14. September 1846 in Monzón; † 8. Februar 1911 in Graus) war ein spanischer Politiker, Jurist, Ökonom und Historiker. (de)
  • Passò la sua giovinezza in un ambiente familiare di contadini molto poveri ed estremamente religiosi. Dimostrò presto una intelligenza vivace e piena di curiosità verso la società che lo circondava. Per potere studiare fu costretto a lavorare come muratore. (it)
  • Joaquín Costa (September 14, 1846, Monzón, Huesca Province – February 8, 1911) was a Spanish politician, lawyer, economist and historian. The son of an Aragonese farmer and the son of the first marriage, Costa was self-educated and campaigned to end what he considered to be Spanish backwardness. He desired to start a movement that would force politicians to embark on a program of educational, social, and economic reform. According to Raymond Carr his ideas, known as 'Regenerationism'(scientific study of Spain's decline as a nation), rose to greater prominence in the aftermath of Spain's defeat in the Spanish–American War. (en)
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  • 1846-9-14
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  • 1911-2-8
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  • Joaquín Costa Martínez (Monzón, 14 de septiembre de 1846-Graus, 8 de febrero de 1911) fue un político, jurista, economista e historiador español, el mayor representante del movimiento intelectual decimonónico conocido como regeneracionismo, con sus conocidos lemas «escuela y despensa» y «doble llave al sepulcro del Cid para que no vuelva a cabalgar». (es)
  • Joaquín Costa Martínez, né le 14 septembre 1846 à Monzón dans la province de Huesca et mort le 8 février 1911 à Graus dans la province de Huesca, est un homme politique, juriste, économiste et historien espagnol, qui fut le représentant majeur du mouvement intellectuel de la fin du XIXe siècle et du début du XXe siècle connu sous le nom de régénérationnisme (Regeneracionismo). (fr)
  • Joaquín Costa Martínez (* 14. September 1846 in Monzón; † 8. Februar 1911 in Graus) war ein spanischer Politiker, Jurist, Ökonom und Historiker. (de)
  • Passò la sua giovinezza in un ambiente familiare di contadini molto poveri ed estremamente religiosi. Dimostrò presto una intelligenza vivace e piena di curiosità verso la società che lo circondava. Per potere studiare fu costretto a lavorare come muratore. (it)
  • Joaquín Costa (September 14, 1846, Monzón, Huesca Province – February 8, 1911) was a Spanish politician, lawyer, economist and historian. The son of an Aragonese farmer and the son of the first marriage, Costa was self-educated and campaigned to end what he considered to be Spanish backwardness. He desired to start a movement that would force politicians to embark on a program of educational, social, and economic reform. According to Raymond Carr his ideas, known as 'Regenerationism'(scientific study of Spain's decline as a nation), rose to greater prominence in the aftermath of Spain's defeat in the Spanish–American War. (en)
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