El análisis de Miguel Catalán en su ensayo La ética de la democracia. Sobre la política de John Dewey

Télos 20 (2):129-149 (2016)

Abstract

I have chosen this essay for this paper because it is an excellent research on ethical and cultural roots of democracy from the study of John Dewey’s thought, American philosopher and educator who developed his theory about participative democracy considering the consequences of the 1929 crash. The twenties and thirties of the XXth century are so much like this early XXIst century, that their democratic will can afford us to identify the conditions to exit from of the current crisis of representation.

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