A propósito de los efectos ético-políticos sobre la vulnerabilidad: De la criminalización a la humanización

Translated title of the contribution: On the ethical and political effects on vulnerability: From criminalization to humanization

Adriana María Ruiz Gutiérrez, Henry Roberto Solano Vélez

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    Abstract

    Vulnerability, understood as a negative aspect of criminalization under immune considerations, constitutes itself as a creative and transformative force that makes it possible to think about a life in common sustained through care and affirmative protection of life. The development of this idea requires three specific stages: in the first, it is described the current democracy as a government technique whose management depends on vulnerable populations; in the second, it is reviewed criminalization as a specific form of immune control; and finally, it is recognized vulnerability as the basis of a new way of democratic life, departing from the attention of certain social groups that have been criminalized due to their precariousness.

    Translated title of the contributionOn the ethical and political effects on vulnerability: From criminalization to humanization
    Original languageSpanish
    Article numbere06
    JournalIsegoria
    Issue number64
    DOIs
    StatePublished - 2021

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    • Artículos de investigación con calidad A2 / Q2

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