Civil Society and Poverty, Rational State and Social Justice. The Problem of Poverty in the Philosophy of Law of Hegel

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Title Civil Society and Poverty, Rational State and Social Justice. The Problem of Poverty in the Philosophy of Law of Hegel
Sociedad civil y pobreza, Estado racional y justica social. El problema de la pobreza en la Filosofía del derecho de Hegel
 
Creator Rojas Hernández, Mario
 
Subject
Hegel; civil society; poverty; criticism; social justice; rational State

Hegel; sociedad civil; pobreza; crítica; justicia social; Estado racional
 
Description Even though Hegel finds serious problems and conflicts of the modern State, analyzes and criticizes them in a subtle way, however, he does not solve them in a way that can be considered adequate, satisfactory and complete. One of these great problems is the poverty and misery generated by the economic system of the modern State. The text deals with this problem in Hegel's Philosophy of Law. First it presents the indispensable elements of the Hegelian theory. Next, central elements of civil society closely linked to poverty are exposed and analyzed. Finally, critical reflections of Hegel's proposal are carried out, mainly in the sense that another form of civil society is needed, specifically, of the “system of needs”, that is, the economic system of production, distribution and consumption of the wealth generated in and by the political community (the State, in a broad sense), in order to be able to solve the problem of poverty and social injustice.
Aun cuando Hegel constata graves problemas y conflictos del Estado moderno y los analiza y critica de manera sutil, no los resuelve de forma que se pueda considerar adecuada, satisfactoria y completa. Uno de estos grandes problemas es el de la pobreza y la miseria generadas por el sistema económico del Estado moderno. El texto se ocupa de este problema en la Filosofía del Derecho de Hegel. Primero, presenta elementos irrenunciables de la teoría hegeliana. En seguida se expone y analizan elementos centrales de la sociedad civil estrechamente vinculados con la pobreza. Por último, se llevan a cabo reflexiones críticas de la propuesta de Hegel, principalmente en el sentido de que es necesaria otra forma de sociedad civil, en específico, del “sistema de las necesidades”, es decir, el sistema económico de producción, distribución y consumo de la riqueza generada en y por la comunidad política (el Estado, en sentido amplio), para poder aspirar a solucionar el problema de la pobreza y la injusticia social.
 
Publisher Universidad Autónoma Latinoamericana UNAULA
 
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Date 2019-10-17
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion



 
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Identifier https://publicaciones.unaula.edu.co/index.php/ratiojuris/article/view/590
10.24142/raju.v14n28a5
 
Source Ratio Juris; Vol. 14, Núm. 28 (2019): Enero-Junio; 127-160
2619-4066
1794-6638
 
Language spa
 
Relation https://publicaciones.unaula.edu.co/index.php/ratiojuris/article/view/590/797
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Ratio Juris
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0
 

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