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  1.  4
    The Notion of Process: Hegel and Contemporary Metaphysics.Michela Bordignon - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:27-44.
    This article is aimed at highlighting some possible contributions of Hegel’s philosophy to the contemporary debate around process metaphysics. In the contemporary metaphysical debate, process metaphysics represent an attempt to highlight the limits of the traditional philosophical paradigm, which is based on the notion of substance, and to work within an alternative paradigm, which is based on the notion of process. What exists, then, are not substances, substrates, fixed and stable objects characterized by certain properties, but processes, events, occurrences. The (...)
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    On Contemporary Dialectics: Concept, Ontology and Critical Capacity.Pablo Gres Chávez - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:151-171.
    This research aims to offer a concept of dialectics without mystifications, following Bertell Ollman’s reading of Marx’s work. In this sense, dialectics will be understood as a philosophical tradition and as a method of investigation, in which the figure of Marx is fundamental, but which can be nourished by the perspective of other philosophers who share some of his points. Secondly, the ontological basis and the epistemological substratum that allow dialectics to operate will be explained. Once these aspects have been (...)
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    Axel Honneth’s Dialogue on Hegel’s Philosophy of Law.Werner Euler - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:45-64.
    This article has two purposes. First, it aims to present a detailed analysis of the argument of “recognition” or even of the “fight for recognition”, which Hegel uses in his fragments from Jena treating of the system of philosophy, especially of the philosophy of spirit. It will be necessary to determine precedently by means of an exact interpretation the content of that expressions, in order to criticize and to compare, his original significance in Hegel with the theoretical application made by (...)
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    Guest Editors' Introduction: Hegel in Dialogue.Héctor Ferreiro & Víctor E. Duplancic - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:7-8.
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    Hegel’s Critique of Irrationalism and his Dialogue with Schelling About the Problem of Infinity.Márcia Cristina Gonçalves - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:65-78.
    O objetivo último deste artigo é demostrar a atualidade da crítica de Hegel ao irracionalismo. A hipótese interpretativa a ser demonstrada é que o conceito moderno de irracional, cuja origem se encontra na linguagem matemática, está diretamente relacionado com o problema do infinito. Para melhor desenvolver essa questão, pretendo mostrar o diálogo de Hegel com Schelling, cujo diagnóstico sobre o problema da oposição entre finito e infinito nos sistemas filosóficos até sua época muito influenciou a própria concepção de filosofia e (...)
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    Person, Property and Contract: A Critical Dialogue with Hegel From Marx.Christian Iber & Agemir Bavaresco - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:9-26.
    Hegel’s Philosophy of Law deals in theLaw section of the categories: person, property and contract. Research critically reconstructs this theory from a Marxist perspective. In the concept of person, first of all, the singular will is reduced to a solipsist will unrelated to intersubjectivity. Then, the concept of Hegelian property bases the private appropriation of property as the externalization of the singular will. This legal property guarantees the maintenance and reproduction of private property, that is, it will guarantee the private (...)
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    Biomimicry and Art: Transductions with Biology.Rosangella Leote - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:225-243.
    This article discusses the concept of Biomimicry, which has been applying in many fields, from nanotechnology to robotics. It is appearing in smart materials and machinic intelligence, for diverse purposes, being inspired by natural processes and organisms. The main application of Biomimicry has been to produce artifacts and ideas from what we can know about what nature has already done. While the mimesis has been removed from the vocabulary of Art, the works of some artists are still full of possibilities (...)
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    Genetic Preimplantation Selection before the Critic of the Docial Model of Disability.Pablo Marshall - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:133-149.
    This article analyzes the main reasons offered by the literature in relation to the question of whether pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and selection should be allowed in the context of assisted reproduction techniques to avoid the birth of children with disabilities. The bioethical literature faces a challenge from the disability discourse. When the oppressive social dimension of disability is taken into account, it results in a series of questions that could challenge the most settled conclusions of the bioethical debate. However, the (...)
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    Sovereignty and War in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right.Esteban Mizrahi - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:79-99.
    This paper attempts to clarify the conceptual foundations of sovereignty in Hegel’s Philosophy of Law in order to provide an answer to this question and thus be able to evaluate the scope of contemporary sovereignty and the adequacy of its claims. As will be seen, Hegel constructs his own position in critical dialogue with Hobbes’ and Kant’s approaches, with more or less explicit references. The development of this article is divided into three parts. In the first, the Hegelian conception of (...)
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    Hegel and the Twofold Transformation of the Concept of Reality in the Background of Kant’s Critics to the Inbegriff aller Realität.Hardy Neumann - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:101-116.
    In the context of a dialogue between Kant and Hegel, this paper aims at presenting some aspects of the reception that Hegel made in the Logic of Being on the so-called notion of Inbegriff aller Realität. It is a notion that Hegel retrieves and examines dialectically and speculatively, not just in a way of an exposition. The paper seeks to identify and explain the main connections of the moments in which Hegel, in the field of the development of a pure (...)
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    The Phenomenology of the Spirit of Hegel in Dialogue with German Idealism: Absolute Knowledge as the Last Figure of the Spirit.Jose Pertille - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:117-131.
    The two objectives of this text are: to offer a general exposition on the originality of the Phenomenology of the Spirit of Hegel in the trajectory of German Idealism, and to outline a more specific presentation on the role of the last chapter of this work, dedicated to “absolute knowledge”, in the argumentative strategy of that science of the experience of conscience. The meaning and role of the concept of Absolute in Hegel and its historical development is studied, especially from (...)
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  12. Duhem’s Thesis, Feyerabend’s Methodological Anarchism and the Question About the Justification of Epistemic Change.Edgar Serna Ramírez - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:173-192.
    Duhem-Quine’s thesis provides plausibility for Feyerabend’s methodological anarchism by showing that the empirical refutation of a theoretical system is as chimerical as its verification. Grünbaum argues against this that such a thesis is untenable. They both agree in the formulation of Duhem’s argument as it was exposed by Quine. However, the exegesis carried out by Quinn, Laudan and Ariew makes it clear that it is a mistake to identify the Duhem-Quine thesis with the Duhem thesis. I argue that, if this (...)
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    Cultural Battles and Memorialization in Chile: Reflections on the Critical Possibilities and Autonomy of Public Art in the Post-Dictatorship.Hernán Cuevas Valenzuela - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 18:193-224.
    This article asks whether there were, in post-dictatorship Chile, limitations of the autonomy of cultural and artistic production addressing the memory of traumatic events. In particular, the article analyzes the content and history of the production of some relevant sections of the mural painting Memoria Visual de una Nación by the Chilean artist Mario Toral. The article demonstrates that public art was an arena of struggle for the meaning of democracy during the postdictatorship period. To do this, he uses concepts (...)
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    Categorical shocks. Reflection and social outbreak in Chile.Jorge Budrovich & Hernán Cuevas - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:7-8.
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    Reborn: Passionate Harmony of the Social Explosion.Valentina Bulo - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:53-61.
    The current text seeks to complement the concept of social outbreak referring to the political events of October 2019 in Chile with an idea of harmonization and utopian updating in affective-political terms. To do this, in the first place it will be established that it is possible to make a political-affective reading of the social outbreak, taking a detour through what would be the function of the affects in their political dimension, as articulators of communities, to later specify the affective (...)
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    Crisis and the refounding of the democratic myth: The Chilean October, questions and tensions.Juan Pablo Arancibia Carrizo & Tuillang Yuing Alfaro - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:91-113.
    Based on a critical theoretical tradition of democracy, the article rehearses an interpretation of the Chilean revolt of October 2019. It is argued that this episode indicates the exhaustion of the myth in which democracy obtains its legitimacy and perpetuation as a promise of the realisation of its founding values. To this end, it examines the overall historical context in which the Chilean democratic transition is taking place, thus discovering its close link to the order designed by the Chilean dictatorship. (...)
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    The Constitution after October: constitution making process before the neoliberal crisis.John Charney & Pablo Marshall - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:9-26.
    This article analyses the constitutional crisis that was triggered in Chile by the events of 18 October 2019. The purpose is to explain the link between the constitution and social unrest and to explore whether a constituent process, such as the one designed in Chile, has the potential to address the unrest that produced it. The failed experience of Bachelet’s constituent process and the Latin American reform processes of the last thirty years show the threats and challenges of the future (...)
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    The Limits of Thinking: Hegel in Dialogue with Kant.Víctor Eugenio Duplancic - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:193-208.
    From the perspective of Cartesian doubt, this article explores the concept of the limitations of reasoning through the use of the Kantian words 'boundary' and 'barrier' in his Critique of Pure Reason. Hegel's critical dialogue with Kant is presented focusing on the limitation that the latter imposed on reason for the acquisition of the true knowledge of philosophical/metaphysical objects. For this purpose, the Hegelian position is presented from its discussion on the second chapter of the first section of the The (...)
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    The problem of rule-following in Michael Oakeshott.Juan Antonio González de Requena Farré - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:289-310.
    The role of rules in our normative practices constitutes a relevant philosophical problema, mainly associated with Wittgenstein’s philosophy, but to which Michael Oakeshott has also attempted to answer. Not surprisingly, some scholars have found parallels between their conceptions of human practices and rule-following. Through an exegesis of the notion and uses of the rule in Oakeshott's works, this article aims to clarify the link between rule-following and normative authorization. In this way, it will be possible to to decide the originality (...)
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    The “Plaza de la Dignidad” as a Scene of Protest. The Cultural Dimension in understanding the Chilean October Event.P. Juan Pablo Paredes - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:27-52.
    How did cultural factors participate in the event of October in Chile? How were these factors related to each other? What implications did they have for collective action and social life? The purpose of the article is to carry out a cultural reading of the October event. To do this, a dialogue is proposed between cultural sociology and cultural studies, applied to the October protest movement, resorting to interpretive research tools. The appropriation of Plaza Italia, in Santiago, by the protesters, (...)
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    The Method Foucault Gave Us: The Foucauldian Toolbox for Thinking About Philosophical Problems in a Digital Context. Some Notes and Examples From the 2019 Chilean Mobilizations.Diego Rivera López, Nicolás Fuster Sánchez & Jaime Bassa Mercado - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:271-288.
    This paper seeks to highlight the French philosopher Michel Foucault's contributions regarding his analysis of power. In this sense, the text proposes a conceptual transition around the ideas that could have interested the author within a digital context, integrating some notes and examples from the 2019 Chilean mobilizations. The article has an initial section that exposes genealogy as a way of approaching social reality. Then, it shows the social behaviors anticipation possibilities and their relationship with the information available on the (...)
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    Interpret suffering. Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno and the question of truth.María Rita Moreno - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:251-269.
    This article postulates that the criticality of epistemology elaborated by Walter Benjamin and Theodor W. Adorno is based not so much on the reformulation of a philosophical praxis against modern reason, but mainly on the metamorphosis of the concept of truth. Specifically, it is affirmed that the critique of modern reason carried out by both thinkers is associated with the determination of the temporal nucleus of truth as negativity and mourning. In the context of a rational crisis, Benjamin and Adorno (...)
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    The expression of discontent in Chile: culture, public sphere, and social struggles.Nicolás Del Valle Orellana - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:63-89.
    This article develops the concepts of the public sphere, cultural malaise and social suffering in critical theory to think of social struggles as forms of social protest and political protest that occurred since October 2019 in Chile. The article explores the thesis on social discontent, which maintains that recent social struggles are a public expression of the unrest cultivated by processes of social modernization. According to the author, beyond the normative justification in reasons and arguments regarding the conditions of injustice (...)
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    The Care for Life in Common in Times of Pandemic and Post-Pandemic.Consuelo de la Torre del Pozo - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:209-229.
    In this essay, I reflect on the way that the COVID-19 pandemic deepens the care crisis and the radical, democratic transformation this turning point demands. Beginning with an assessment of the status of the free-riding on care and the gender division of labor, I continue with an analysis of the hegemonic justifications that, as Wendy Brown has shown, underpin such unbalance. I conclude with some remarks on the imminent challenge to advance towards a model of state, society and citizenship capable (...)
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    Reason and experience: contributions to a broadening of epistemological diversity.Fernando Lautaro Ramírez - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:231-250.
    The philosophical transformation carried out Xavier Zubiri, especially in his mature work: Sentient intelligence allows to rethink the bases of rationality in structural unity with the senses, allowing a plurality of ways of accessing reality on its foundation, and surpass, in that way, the monological rationality promoted by positivism and pragmatism. To this end, we move through the different landmarks of Zubiri’s work: first, the primordial apprehension of reality from its multiple sentient openings; then, we stop at the constitution of (...)
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    Balbontín, Cristóbal y Ricardo Salas (eds.) (2020). Evadir. La filosofía piensa la revuelta de octubre 2019. Santiago de Chile: Libros del Amanecer. [REVIEW]María Beatriz Gutiérrez Recabarren - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:311-317.
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    Space and territory as categories for understanding the present time: theoretical emergence and conceptual renewal regarding the Chilean October - 2019.Carla Marchant Santiago & Yerko Monje-Hernández - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:115-144.
    The mobilization cycle that began in October 2019 represented a crucial moment in the Chilean democratic trajectory. What began as a protest for the rise of 30 Chilean pesos in the Santiago Metro, quickly took on national demand as the horizon exceeded that specific bid, and became a systemic and structural criticism of the democratic institutions and the constitutional, economic, social and cultural structure inherited from the dictatorship. This social awakening in October not only implied transformations associated to material life. (...)
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    Theoretical Terms and Hybrid Theories of Reference.Dalila Serebrinsky & Bruno Borge - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:169-191.
    Both descriptivism and the causal theory of reference fail to account for the meaning of theoretical terms in a way consistent with scientific realism. Faced with this problem, hybrid theories of reference have been developed. They combine features of both descriptivism and the causal theory and seek to capture the advantages of each. In this work, we critically analyze two strategies to articulate hybrid theories of reference in the face of the problem of the meaning of theoretical terms. They are (...)
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    Humeanism and laws of nature: scope and limits.Cristián Soto - 2021 - Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 17:145-167.
    Nomological Humeanism has developed into a research program encompassing several variations on a single theme, namely, the view that laws are statements about regularities that we find in nature. After briefly revisiting an early form of nomological Humeanism in Hume’s critique of the idea of necessary connection, this article critically examines Lewis’ two-fold approach based on Humean supervenience and the best system account. We shall point out three limits of nomological Humeanism, which are widely recognized in the literature: its inadequacy (...)
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