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El disciplinamiento social como factor del desarrollo histórico. Una visión heterodoxa desde el Tercer Mundo
MANSILLA,H.C.F.;
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2004,
Abstract: departing from diverging perspectives, sigmund freud, norbert elias and even the frankfurt school have perceived the disciplinization of instincts and passions as a fundamental civilizatory element. this is also the basis of the great evolutive theories like marxism and liberalism. taking into account the not very positive results of this process in the whole world (universal standardization, decline of spontaneity and decay of the individual), the author advances a critical revision of those approaches, which entails a reappraisal of premodern and traditional factors, especially in the fields of ethics and aesthetics.
Tradiciones culturales y derechos humanos: El caso boliviano entre corrientes individualistas y tendencias colectivistas
Mansilla,H.C.F;
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2003,
Abstract: the human rights situation cannot be cut off from the sociocultural context. the territory now comprising bolivia has experienced three main civilizations, each one with a different political culture: the prehispanic indian civilization, the spanish colonial period and the current western modernity. the first two influences fostered an authoritarian and collectivistic culture and were not favorable to the contemporary conception of human rights. the re-establishment of democracy since 1985 promotes (despite many impediments) a lasting generalization of human rights. this can be seen in the creation of new laws and institutions and in the daily work of numerous organizations. in the future human rights may be considered as a fundamental component of bolivian social identity.
Socialismo y nacionalismo como agentes de modernización acelerada
MANSILLA,H.C.F.;
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2007,
Abstract: based on forgotten or little known (mainly european) literature, this text takes up once more the theoretical discussion on different models of accelerated and authoritarian modernization, highly appreciated in the third world until about 1980. the debate began with the october revolution in old russia. now it is gathering strength in some realms of the world peripheries after the relative failure of neoliberalism. this particular model was and is still popular as it allows for a combination of premodern, authoritarian political tradition and a systematic effort of technocratic accumulation and modernization.
El escepticismo clásico y moderno como precursores de las teorías postmodernistas ?
Mansilla,H.C.F.;
Revista de Filosofía , 2004,
Abstract: abstract postmodernist theories are not as original as their followers presume them to be. the classical skepticism of the hellenistic age constitutes the most interesting precursor of postmodernism because of its unrelenting relativism and, paradoxically, its propensity to ideological opportunism and political conservatism. ancient skeptics and contemporary postmodernists are normally people disappointed with revolutionary doctrines and philosophical systems of allegedly universal validity. they have of course evolved towards a very reasonable antidogmatic tendency and the use of some techniques of disintegrating well-knit theoretical constructions, but they still also proceed from a dogmatic principle: if all knowledge, perceptions and propositions are relative and uncertain, this very sentence is therefore uncertain and only opens the possibility of relatively certain knowledge. in the political sphere the principle of "anything goes" turns out to be a conservative motto: since all choices are as good or as bad as all others, one tends to follow the existing order as the lesser evil.
Las transformaciones de las élites políticas en América Latina: Una visión inusual de la temática
Mansilla,H.C.F;
Revista de Ciencias Sociales , 2006,
Abstract: scarcely fifty years ago, latin american societies had much less complex social structures. during the last half century almost all latin american countries underwent notable modernization processes, which have produced an intense differentiation of social structures. the sector devoted to political activity has gained relative autonomy. a vast collective disillusionment, however, seems to be the result of these processes. the reform of state powers in terms of an administrative redesign is unfortunately the central occupation of the modern elite, together with corrupt practices. in some nations the transition from traditional aristocracy to a modern functional elite has implied not only a decline, but a true historical disaster.
La necesidad de una teoría crítica de la modernización ante las realidades de la segunda mitad del siglo XX
Mansilla,H.C.F;
Revista de Ciencias Sociales , 2008,
Abstract: after permanent contact with successful western civilization, third world countries devoted themselves to accelerated development in the second half of the 20th century, resulting in the greatest social change in their entire history. in general, the result was an imitative evolution, which was perceived, nevertheless, as something of its own and autonomous. a critical modernization theory is important for analyzing the positive and negative aspects of this evolution according to critically oriented common sense.
Identidades colectivas y proceso de modernización: los indígenas, el Estado y los cambios contemporáneos en el caso boliviano
Mansilla H.C.F.
Revista Colombiana de Sociología , 2001,
Abstract: En Bolivia se ha conformado un movimiento popular que intenta reivindicar los derechos indígenas, ante la consigna de! Estado de que este es un país pluricultural. Los grupos nativos cuentan con poca memoria histórica, se han asimilado a la vida urbana y han tomado referentes ajenos a su propia experiencia (identificación con etnias de origen diferente o adhesión de comerciantes indígenas exitosos a partidos populistas). Esto ha desembocado en un lucha ideológica de retroceso a lo premoderno, pero fundadada en intereses particulares. Han comprendido de manera fundamentalista la recuperación de lo étnico, aunque exista una referencia palpable de idioma, costumbres y territorio. Palabras clave: Bolivia, Nación, Indígenas, Multiculturalismo, Ideología, Aculturación.
Neopatrimonialismo, élite de poder y expansión de la burocracia
H.C.F. Mansilla
Política y Sociedad , 1991, DOI: -
Abstract: Sin resumen
Las insuficiencias de la democracia contemporánea. Una crítica de las teorías de la transición
H.C.F. Mansilla
Política y Sociedad , 2000, DOI: -
Abstract: Sin resumen
La identidad colectiva y el proceso de modernización entre coerciones universalistas y valores particularistas.
H.C.F. Mansilla
Revista de Investigaciones Políticas y Sociológicas (RIPS) , 2003,
Abstract: This essay deals with the confrontation between universalistic and particularistic principles with regard to collective identities and nationalities in the Third World. Universalistic principles are based on the 18th century rationalism; its most important representative in the field of comparative world history was the Marquis of Condorcet. This current makes no difference between natural and social sciences and does not care for national singularities. Particularistic tendencies are based on relativism. They seek to understand each case by reconstructing ist history. Two moderate representatives of this tendency were G.B. Vico and J.G. Herder. Making a critique of both tendencies the author attempts at a prolific synthesis of them, which are considered as complementary. For instance universal ethics and human rights could build the fundamentals for an effective right to difference.
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