La ética liberal de Charles Taylor en el contexto político de sociedades liberales

Translated title of the contribution: The liberal ethics of charles taylor in the political context of liberal societies

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Abstract

This article presents a critical reflection on the liberal ethical proposal of Charles Taylor and its viability in the political context of current liberal societies. A liberal social and political configuration is understood as one in which greater liberties are promoted and defended in individual rights schemes together with the requirement of respect for those individual guarantees. However, the liberal political context although the most suitable in current societies, presents several ethical problems that Taylor has already identified as the malaise of modernity: excess of individualism, primacy of instrumental reason and fragmentation and polarization of the society. Faced with these challenges and conflicts arising from the liberalism itself, Taylor's ethics is a possible alternative to understand and manage them from an ethical civility and the promotion of common goals.
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)91-113
Number of pages23
JournalEidos
Issue number31
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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  • Philosophy

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