Núm. 52 (2017): Enero - junio
Artículos

Nacionalismo y crisis

Enrique Camacho
Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas
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Publicado 2016-12-27

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Camacho, E. (2016). Nacionalismo y crisis. Tópicos, (52), 427–456. https://doi.org/10.21555/top.v0i52.836

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Parece que el nacionalismo es una ideología persistente en la academia y en la política a pesar de que parece profundamente injusto para las minorías. El caso de la identidad nacional es frecuentemente defendido para complementar al liberalismo con respecto a los problemas internos que tienen las teorías liberales para explicar la membresía, asegurar la estabilidad y producir el apoyo. Por ello, parece que la justicia requiere el apoyo a la identidad nacional. Mientras que esta controversia puede continuar, yo argumento que existe una aproximación alternativa. Podemos definit una concepción de legitimidad independiente de una concepción de justicia y después preguntarnos qué requiere la legitimidad de nuestras lealtades nacionales. Si todo sale bien, mucho de la controversia desde la justicia desaparece mientras nos encontramos con que el caso en favor del nacionalismo cultural puede ser ilegítimo para las democracias liberales. 

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