Monday, June 21, 2010

Mark Lilla

Ofrece un análisis del surgimiento del "Partido del Té" y dice que los yankis estan cansados de:

"being told what their children should be taught, how much of their paychecks they get to keep, whether to insure themselves, which medicines they can have, where they can build their homes, which guns they can buy, when they have to wear seatbelts and helmets, whether they can talk on the phone while driving, which foods they can eat, how much soda they can drink…the list is long."

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Don Ernesto Laclau, un politicólogo criollo, nos dice en "On Populist Reason" que desdeñar tales movimientos es rechazar "lo politico" y afirmar que " the management of the community is the concern of an administrative power whose source of legitimacy is a proper knowledge of what a 'good community is."

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