Juventud, memoria y derechos en tiempos de crisis: una reflexión desde la crítica literaria de Walter Benjamin y la generación perdida de "Historias del Kronen"

From the work of the literary critic Walter Benj amin this article explains how the recovery of historical memory and its connection to the present, is essential to build a collective political project capable of restoring democracy, rights and social justice dismantled today with the death of the C... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Noguera Fernández, Albert
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Externado de Colombia 2014
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Laburpena: From the work of the literary critic Walter Benj amin this article explains how the recovery of historical memory and its connection to the present, is essential to build a collective political project capable of restoring democracy, rights and social justice dismantled today with the death of the Constitutional State in Europe. This entails putting on the table two complex issues. The first is the involvement in the project of a generation of disenchanted youth who has broken all ties with the political and social values of previous generations and who build their vital referents and role models through consumerism and its imaginary. This generation has been very suggestively described in the novel, after converted in film, Historias del Kronen. The second is the use or treatment to be given to the Memory to make it a useful instrument for the proposed purpose.