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Liberalismo, democracia, neoliberalismo e ingobernabilidad

Lorenzo Córdova Vianello
Revista Mexicana de Sociología
Vol. 58, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 1996), pp. 3-35
DOI: 10.2307/3541039
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3541039
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Abstract

En este trabajo se revisa la evolución teórica paralela del liberalismo y la democracia como conceptos políticos inicialmente contrapuestos y, a la larga, profundamente vinculados en el marco de los llamados. sistemas liberal-democráticos. En ese sentido, se plantea esa gradual y progresiva identificación como una necesidad del liberalismo para sobreponerse a sus grandes crisis históricas. Asimismo, se analiza la idea de "ingobernabilidad" como instrumento del llamado neoliberalismo para enfrentar la crisis política y económica producida por los "excesos democráticos" del Estado benefactor, y los peligros autoritarios que lleva implícito el concepto mismo de gobernabilidad. /// This article reviews the parallel theoretical development of liberalism and democracy as concepts that are initially antagonistic yet in the long run, intimately linked within the context of so-called liberal-democratic systems. In this respect, this gradual, progressive identification is posited as a need on the part of liberalism to enable it to overcome its great historical crises. The article also analyzes the idea of "ungovernableness" as an instrument of so-called neoliberalism to deal with the political and economic crisis caused by the "democratic excesses" of the benefactor state and the dangers of authoritarianism implicit in the very concept of governability.

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