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En este tratado anticolonialista, Ricœur reflexiona sobre la responsabilidad que el Estado y los ciudadanos franceses tienen frente al colonialismo. Ricœur establece cinco principios que deben guiar la reflexión de sus lectores sobre esta cuestión, y expresa su apoyo a la independencia de las colonias.
Keywords Colonialism  Decolonization  Estado-nación  Guilt.  Nation-state  Nazism  Responsibility  Ricœur  Violence  colonialisme  colonialismo  culpa.  culpabilité.  descolonización  décolonisation  nazisme  nazismo  responsabilidad  responsabilité  violence  violencia  État-nation
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DOI 10.5195/errs.2021.553
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