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    LECTURAS DE “EL DERECHO A TENER DERECHOS” DE HANNAH ARENDT A LA LUZ DE “EL DERECHO HUMANO A LA PAZ”.Heidi Alicia Rivas Lara - 2021 - AitíasRevista de Estudios Filosóficos 1 (1):1-24.
    The philosophical foundation of human rights has become more explicit, given that the presumption of peace in the Preamble to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights demands further development, both in its definition and in the conditions or requirements for its fulfillment. Based on the discussion of the human right to peace, we propose to reinterpret the Arendtine expression “The right to have rights” as the philosophical formula that calls for the ascension of peace to a legal enunciation; this is (...)
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    Antropología del testimonio. Prácticas de narratividad en el pensamiento de Paul Ricoeur.Heidi Alicia Rivas Lara - 2019 - Devenires. Revista de Filosofía y Filosofía de la Cultura 40 (20):87-100.
    This article approaches the reflections of Paul Ricoeur regarding testimony to befound in his work Memory, History,Forgetting. Through reading of this work, we pos-tulate the idea that to consider others as readers or spectators of our actions forms animportant part of the construction of human subjectivity. The thesis that subjectivityarises as a discourse towards the other is proposed here, inasmuch as human experi-ences are transmitted narratively in the form of testimony, which stands as an examplefor the understanding of the experiences (...)
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    ALCANCES Y LIMITACIONES DE LA NO-VIOLENCIA. CRÍTICA DESDE PAUL RICOEUR Y LA PERSPECTIVA POSITIVA DE LA CONSTRUCCIÓN DE PAZ.Heidi Alicia Rivas Lara & Heidi Alicia Rivas Lara A. N. D. Rolando Picos Bovio - 2017 - En Claves Del Pensamiento 11 (21):61-76.
    Nonviolent movements mainly characterized by not taking part in and resist-ing violent practices developed no multiple levels have had a significant contribution inputting an end to wars and oppressive systems. However, it is worth asking whether theyhave, consequently, contributed to the construction of peace. This article, centered onGandhi, reflects upon the general contribution of nonviolence for historical changes ar-ticulated through Paul Ricoeur’s critique and interpretation of the influence of these move-ments in the intricate relationship between politics and violence. -/- .
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