4 Works

El difícil camino hacia la Independencia: los desafíos de la emancipación política y del compromiso periodístico en México

Frank Leinen
pp. 23-69 On the occasion of the bicentenary of the Mexican Declaration of Independence in 1821, this article aims to examine the extent to which political and social processes, the gradual emergence of a public space and the increasingly dynamic development of the press interacted in the run-up to this event. The study reveals that in the course of the formation of a public opinion in the sense of Habermas, many periodicals saw themselves as...

Del mundo a los mundos: repensar la globalizacion desde la literatura mexicana

Vittoria Borsò
pp. 18-50 How to think the world, its plurality, coexistence in times of post-politics and after the global failure of theories of salvation? This article reviews theories of world, globe, sphere, worlding, planet, reflects on the most recent critiques of the concept of world and asks about the role of Mexican literature in the attempt to configure relational practices that allow thinking the plurality of worlds as the potential of a common world. The exploration...

2.8.1. Biopsychosoziale Zusammenhäng bei Herz-Kreislauf-Erkrankungen

Johannes Siegrist
Kapitel des Online Lehrbuch der Medizinischen Psychologie und Medizinischen Soziologie


Vittoria Borsò
pp. 102-142. Concepts of in-between were established as a tool against the ontology of separations and against the logic of identity and difference, eradicating the consistency of binary classifications. The following article relates the different concepts to two paradigms: the geopolitical, whose objective is the aggression of Western thought as imperialist thought, and the aesthetic-political paradigm in which politics is questioned from aesthetics that dispenses with geopolitical locations. This second paradigm entails a meta-criticism with...

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