Dechreuodd astudio'r gyfraith yn yr Escuela de Jurisprudencia yn , ac yno Vasconcelos oedd un o sefydlwyr yr Ateneo de la Juventud , cymdeithas o ddeallusion ifainc, yn Cefnogodd mudiad y murlunwyr a chomisiynwyd sawl arlunydd o fri i baentio murluniau didactig mewn adeiladau cyhoeddus. Yn ei amser rhydd, golygodd Vasoncelos gyfndoolion megis El maestro a La antorcha ar gyfer athrawon. Gadawodd y wlad am gyfnod. Dychwelodd i Fecsico yn , ac ymgyrchodd am yr arlywyddiaeth yn
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Detailing his life in the context of contemporary historical events, the work is considered one of the finest sociocultural studies of 20th-century Mexico. During his tenure, which lasted until , he initiated major reforms in the school system, especially expanding the rural school program.
In he ran unsuccessfully for the presidency of Mexico. Because of his political activism, he was forced to spend several periods of his life living in exile. He died in Mexico City on June 30, He carried over his philosophy into his writings on Mexico, calling for a synthesis of Mexican life based upon the indigenous culture of the Indians, which transcended what he saw as the narrow limits of Western culture.
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Detailing his life in the context of contemporary historical events, the work is considered one of the finest sociocultural studies of 20th-century Mexico. During his tenure, which lasted until , he initiated major reforms in the school system, especially expanding the rural school program. In he ran unsuccessfully for the presidency of Mexico. Because of his political activism, he was forced to spend several periods of his life living in exile. He died in Mexico City on June 30,
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