El Jardín De Las Identidades: La Comunidad Y El Poder

February 22, 2020

El Jardín De Las Identidades: La Comunidad Y El Poder

Titulo del libro: El Jardín De Las Identidades: La Comunidad Y El Poder

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SINOPSIS

This volume brings together a set of texts whose common feature is to address, from various circumstances or situations, aspects of the identity problem. In more ways than one, it is a synthesis that reflects a period of great academic and political debate. Taken together, the writings offer a representation of the development of fundamental doctrines, approaches, and controversies that have unfolded in Latin America over the ethnic-national question over the course of the past three decades. Although the garden of identities. The community and power expresses the author"s point of view on the issues addressed, can be read as part of a broad "research program", in the sense that Imre Lakatos gave this expression: a collective effort, with the participation of a whole Community of scholars, and whose main threads are identity and autonomy in Latin America, with an obvious emphasis on the Mexican case. This volume brings together a set of texts whose common feature is to address, from various circumstances or situations, aspects of The identity problem. In more ways than one, it is a synthesis that reflects a period of great academic and political debate. Taken together, the writings offer a representation of the development of fundamental doctrines, approaches, and controversies that have unfolded in Latin America over the national-ethnic question over the course of the past three decades. Although the garden of identities. The community and power expresses the author"s point of view on the issues addressed, can be read as part of a broad "research program", in the sense that Imre Lakatos gave this expression: a collective effort, with the participation of a whole Community of Scholars, and whose main threads are identity and autonomy in Latin America, with an obvious emphasis on the Mexican case.