El pragmatismo de Deweyan y el desafío de institucionalizar la justicia en circunstancias transitorias

Autores/as

  • Shane J. Ralston Woolf University

Palabras clave:

Dewey, justicia, democracia, instituciones, violencia estatal, reconciliaci´ón, pragmatism, relaciones internacionales

Resumen

Durante los últimos treinta años, el programa de investigación de Justicia Transicional (TJ) ha experimentado un periodo de transición, expandiéndose y consolidándose simultáneamente; en un sentido, expandir su alcance a la medición del impacto de TJ y la redefinición de “transicional” para incluir sociedades afectadas por una profunda injusticia social y económica; y en un segundo sentido, consolidar su enfoque práctico para promover la democracia y la paz mediante el desarrollo de mejores prácticas para institucionalizar la TJ. Si bien ha habido avances en el diseño de nuevos mecanismos de TJ y en remediar la sub-teorización del concepto, hasta la fecha se ha realizado un pequeño progreso comparativo al ofrecer un marco guía para el impulso de TJ para institucionalizar. La tesis de este artículo es que el pragmatismo filosófico, específicamente el pragmatismo de Deweyan, ofrece una gran cantidad de recursos, un kit de herramientas virtual, para académicos y profesionales que desean diseñar instituciones amigables con los TJ dentro de las sociedades en transición.

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Biografía del autor/a

Shane J. Ralston, Woolf University

Ph.D., decano y profesor asociado en Wright College, Woolf University. Sus intereses de investigación
actuales incluyen la filosofía política, la ética aplicada y las relaciones internacionales.

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Ralston, S. J. . (2021). El pragmatismo de Deweyan y el desafío de institucionalizar la justicia en circunstancias transitorias. Eidos, 36(36), 79–111. Recuperado a partir de https://rcientificas.uninorte.edu.co/index.php/eidos/article/view/14382

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