Las pasiones en política. Emociones, democracia y populismo

Autores/as

  • Cicerón Muro Cabral

Palabras clave:

emociones, pasiones, estabilidad democrática, populismo, liberalismo, democracia agonista

Resumen

En este artículo se exponen y contrastan las teorías de las emociones o pasiones en la actividad política de Martha Nussbaum y Chantal Mouffe. Se analiza la teoría cognitivista de Nussbaum y la teoría del discurso y psicoanalítica de Mouffe. Se muestra cómo éstas encajan con sus propuestas explicativas y normativas de la actividad política. Los dos enfoques conllevan distintas concepciones normativas de las emociones para la estabilidad democrática y distintas recomendaciones para hacer frente a las formaciones populistas de derecha. Al final, se contrastan sus diferencias teóricas y prácticas.

Biografía del autor/a

Cicerón Muro Cabral

Magíster en Estudios Filosóficos por la Universidad de Guadalajara

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2020-12-01

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Muro Cabral, Cicerón. 2020. «Las Pasiones En política. Emociones, Democracia Y Populismo». Revista Ciencias Y Humanidades 11 (11). Medellín, COL:221-49. https://revistacienciasyhumanidades.com/index.php/home/article/view/157.