Antonio García-Trevijano Forte was born on 18 July 1927, in Granada and died on February 28, 2018
He was a Spanish republican, a political activist, and an author.
Antonio García-Trevijano was Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Granada and a notary.
He also worked as an attorney in Madrid since 1960.
Antonio García-Trevijano was most remembered for his activism against the Franco dictatorship.
He was noted by the University Press of America as “a leading figure in Spanish politics since the late 1960s.
He was also one of the most important intellectuals of the 20th century in political and aesthetic theory”.
He wrote a blog and in the Journal of the Constitutional Republic.
As a political analyst in the Spanish press, he wrote more than 50 articles in the Reporter magazine, over a thousand articles in ABC, El País, El Independiente, El Mundo, and La Razón.
García-Trevijano has written several monographs in private law, a short book titled The Truth of my Intervention in Guinea.
García-Trevijano has also written the books The Democratic Alternative, The Discourse of the Republic, Confronting the Big Lie—which has been published in English with the title A Pure Theory of Democracy by the University Press of America, Passions of servitude, an art book titled Donatello, Sculptor of the Childhood, and a book on philosophy of art entitled From Modernity to Modernism. Atheism Aesthetic: Art of the Twentieth Century.
García-Trevijano has also written prologues to Palace of Injustice and El País: Culture as Business.
He died on February 28, 2018 from natural causes.
He died at 90 years old.