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Jaime Nogueira Pinto

Jaime Alexandre Nogueira Pinto (born Porto, Santo Ildefonso, 4 February 1946) is a Portuguese writer and university professor, the illegitimate son of Jaime da Cunha Guimarães by Alda Branca Nogueira Pinto, who died in 2007.

A right-leaning political thinker, he has a law degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Lisbon, and is Doctor of Social Sciences, the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, where he teaches courses in the fields of political science and international relations. He is director of the magazine Futuro Presente (co-founded with Nuno Rogeiro) and presides over the Luso-African Culture Foundation. Also performs the tasks of consulting and business administration. He has several published works. Nogueira Pinto married in Lisbon, Campo Grande, on 27 January 1972 with Maria José Pinto da Cunha de Avilez (Maria José Nogueira Pinto, CDS-PP personality and member of the Portuguese parliament), with whom he has three children: Eduardo (b. Lisbon, 4 April 1973, a lawyer, m. Sofia Rocha and Helena Margarida de Ayala Botto (b. 22 February 1979) and had Maria Leonor (b. Lisbon, São Jorge de Arroios, 8 November 2007) and Duarte (b. Lisbon, São Jorge de Arroios, 20 December 2009) de Ayala Botto Nogueira Pinto), Maria Catarina (b. Lisbon, 30 April 1976, m. Martim Abecassis de Magalhães do Amaral Neto (b. Lisbon, Benfica, 16 April 1971) with issue) and Maria Teresa (b. Lisbon, 11 June 1984 with issue by Tiago Maria Marques de Aguiar Salvação Barreto (b. 6 March 1984) da Cunha de Avilez Nogueira Pinto.[1]

In 2007 on the television channel RTP, for the program Os Grandes Portugueses (The Great Portuguese), he was the presenter of statesman António de Oliveira Salazar, winner of the contest.[2]

Bibliography

  • Travels of Mendes Pinto (University of Chicago Press, 1989)
  • Direita e as Direitas (Difel, 1996)
  • Fim do Estado Novo e as Origens do 25 de Abril (Difel, 1999)
  • Preface of Comunismo e Nazismo, Alain de Benoist (Hugin Editores, 1999)
  • Visto da Direita (Hugin Editores, 2000)
  • Introdução à Política I - com António Marques Bessa (Verbo, 1999)
  • Introdução à Política III - com António Marques Bessa (Verbo, 2001)
  • Introdução à Política III - com António Marques Bessa (Verbo, 2002)
  • António de Oliveira Salazar - O outro retrato. (A Esfera dos Livros, 2007)
  • Jogos Africanos (A Esfera dos Livros, 2008)
  • Nuno Álvares Pereira (A Esfera dos Livros, 2009)

References

External links

  • Jaime Nogueira Pinto's genealogy in a Portuguese genealogical site
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