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Las cicatrices de la exclusión social: Una aproximación ética de la inclusión para América Latina

  • Pérez Veloz, José
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    Many of the human behavior trends break our own principles and essential values in social praxis, therefore generating confrontation among groups, breaking institutional rules created by the man for itself in order to regulate and arrangement of our acting conducts. Thus, important sector remain marginal to individual aspirations, being collectivized while increasing rule, principles and values breaking. Social co-existence being supported by justice and equitableness leads to a dark inhuman side, that of umbrage, hate and revenge, as an auto-destructive answer from the human king itself.

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    Volume (Year): (2006)
    Issue (Month): 2 (Fall)
    Pages: 257-262

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    Handle: RePEc:erv:ancoec:y:2006:i:2:p:257-262
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