El reconocimiento como presupuesto discursivo para una concepción pluriversalista de derechos humanos

This article analyzes the philosophical foundations of human rights doctrine from the perspective of the Critical Theory of Recognition. Initially, the article revisit the origins of the concepts of human person and human dignity according to the contributions from the Jewish-Christian tradition, ai... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Vichinkeski Teixeira, Anderson
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada 2013
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Laburpena: This article analyzes the philosophical foundations of human rights doctrine from the perspective of the Critical Theory of Recognition. Initially, the article revisit the origins of the concepts of human person and human dignity according to the contributions from the Jewish-Christian tradition, aiming to show the bonds between the conception of human rights and a specific cultural tradition. Afterwards, the article introduces the theoretical proposal of reinterpretation of human rights based on discursive postulates, before normative postulates, with the purpose to bring closer the parties involved in the debate according to the cultural traditions and other bonds capable to produce relations of recognition. Finally, the article analyzes how the Theory of Recognition could collaborate with an epistemological redefinition of the category of human rights.