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IDENTIDAD Y POLÍTICA EN ESPAÑA

JAVIER ZARZALEJOS
Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político
No. 26 (Abril/Junio 2010), pp. 11-34
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20695963
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IDENTIDAD Y POLÍTICA EN ESPAÑA
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Abstract

La deriva identitaria de la política española constituye una grave amenaza para el buen funcionamiento de las instituciones democráticas. Se trata de un mal que ya no sólo afecta a los partidos nacionalistas sino que se ha extendido a los partidos de la izquierda y a algunos sectores de la derecha, y que da el tono general de los debates y de las políticas. Se ha producido una extraña fusión de identidades premodernas e identidades posmodernas que erosiona las bases de la modernidad política y que conduce a un eclipse de la idea de una comunidad de ciudadanos libres e iguales organizados mediante el concepto de ley. En su lugar se consolidan el paradigma multicultural, la ideología de género, el laicismo y el discurso de los "nuevos derechos" de filiación comunitaria. The loss of identity of Spanish politics is a serious threat for the good working order of democratic institutions. It is an evil that not only affects nationalist parties, but has extended to the parties of the left and to some areas of the right, and which sets the general tone on debates and policies. A strange merger between premodern and postmodern identities has taken place eroding the bases of political modernity and leading to an eclipse of the idea of a community of free and equal citizens organized around the concept of the law. In its stead, the multicultural paradigm, gender ideology, laicism, and the speeches on the "new rights" of community affiliation, are consolidating themselves.

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