Political subject, democracy and people

The return of the political subject in Latin America in the beginning of the XXI century has been articulated with the popular and the democratic. While the liberal democracy on the third wave of democracies the principal roll was for two figures – the voter and citizenship –, this forth was laid in...

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Autor Principal: Muñoz, María Antonia
Formato: http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2016
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Sumario:The return of the political subject in Latin America in the beginning of the XXI century has been articulated with the popular and the democratic. While the liberal democracy on the third wave of democracies the principal roll was for two figures – the voter and citizenship –, this forth was laid in other collectives logics – the logic of right and popular sovereignty. - The Bolivian and Argentinian movements bring on the public scene demands related with the workers and access to resources as food, subsidies, water, and gas. These claims were successful on dislocate the community and also to bring the problem of “popular sovereignty”. These movements established their political identities as they named a public enemy. Despite of these similarities, they were different political subjects because theirs strategies and ways to found litigation. In order to show these differences, the paper will debate with poststructuralist authors as Laclau, Ranciere and Zizek.