Realismo político, modus vivendi y democracia agonística

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https://doi.org/10.3989/isegoria.2023.69.07

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Realismo político, modus vivendi, democracia agonista, legitimidad, política

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El realismo político señala que la política consiste en la creación y sostenimiento del orden en un contexto de persistente desacuerdo, proclive a conflictos y donde el uso de la coerción por parte del poder político es inevitable. Los realistas sostienen que el modus vivendi es un arreglo político contingente al nivel de la constitución política que permite a diversos grupos de personas coexistir pacíficamente. Las propuestas del modus vivendi no dicen mucho sobre cómo tratar con los desacuerdos y conflictos. En este artículo se argumenta que las propuestas de la democracia agonista solventan esta carencia. Aquí se argumenta que las propuestas de la democracia agonista comparten premisas con el realismo político y contribuyen al sostenimiento de un modus vivendi liberal.

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2023-12-12

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Muro Cabral, C. (2023). Realismo político, modus vivendi y democracia agonística. Isegoría, (69), e07. https://doi.org/10.3989/isegoria.2023.69.07

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Universidad de Guadalajara
Números de la subvención Beca Institucional UDEG de Talento Global. Exp. 0210.Dictamen Núm. V/2022/347