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Invités en 2017

Gerardo Aboy

Professeur invité(e)

ConférencePolitical bond and political identities. Popular identities and populist identities

Résumé : Populism has been identified with the "construction of a people", as a process of articulation of subaltern sectors in a common identity field. The experience of the Latin American classical populisms of the first half of the last century represent a particular development, among others possible, of the processes of constitution of popular identities, resulting confusion between both levels an obstacle to the understanding of the contradictory tendencies that characterize the specificity of the phenomenon.

Date : 21/02/2017

 

Conférence Latin American populism. Origin and mechanism.

Résumé : Classic Latin American populism have constituted a particular mechanism of solving the tensions between the representation of a part and the representation of the whole community. Consequently, populism cannot be reduced to an antagonistic dichotomization of the community.. The regeneration of the actors involved in a populist practice will thus occupy a central place in the characterization of this political phenomen.

Date : 28/02/2017

 

Conférence Populism, political institutions and Rechtsstaat

Résumé This lecture explores the relationship between populism and liberal democracy. Thus, we initially pay attention to clarify a definition of both terms in order to overcome the misunderstandings that characterize the discussions on the matter. Then, we critically rethink the interpretations in which populism is considered a constitutive feature of democratic politics as well as those who claim the coexistence of liberal democracy and populism as impossible under any circumstances. Finally we inquire the most disruptive traits of populism to a liberal democratic regime, trying to explain how, paradoxically, in those same traits nest forms of adaptation that enabled a tense coexistence in certain circumstances

Date : 7/03/2017

 

Conférence Beyond populism.

Résumé This lecture discusses unilateral approaches to populism as cause or consequence of the crises that challenges democracies in Latin America. It attempts to discuss some of the assumptions of the main studies on the populist phenomenon and explores its relations with democratization and democracy, focusing on the Argentine case.

Date : 14/03/2017

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