Sandra Hernández-González e-mail(Inicie sesión)

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Este artículo pretende relacionar la teleología natural con la práctica del gobierno. Para ello, expone el fenómeno de la fragmentación social y lo valora, con A. MacIntyre, como un aspecto negativo de la sociedad contemporánea debido a la disgregación moral y psicológica que promueve en los agentes comunes. Tal disgregación supone un conflicto y confusión entre deseos y bienes. Entre las causas de la fragmentación, destacan la filosofía analítica y la teoría social del existencialismo y, en el fondo de ellas, el abandono de la teleología natural. El gobierno de las instituciones no es ajeno a la fragmentación, por lo que la autora sugiere que una perspectiva de gobierno orientada explícitamente por la teleología natural puede tener implicaciones prácticas en la toma de decisiones y constituir una aportación significativa, si bien parcial, al logro de la cohesión social y moral.

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Gobierno, Fragmentación, Deseos, Conflicto, Identidad Moral

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