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dc.contributor.authorArrieta-Burgos, Enán
dc.description32 páginases_CO
dc.description.abstractIn the framework of the contemporary discussion about the crisis of the notion of the law, this article presents an introduction to Jean-Paul Sartre's critical delimitation to the concept of the law. For that reason, Sartre's ontological, theoretical, and dialectic foundations are outlined in order to comprehend the Sartrean conception of the law, highlighting the emancipatory potential of the law found in popular justice. It will be argued that Sartre's definition of popular justice as a legal form to control political power rests on the basis of the definition of the law as a negation of the self, the detotalization of man, and the oppressive institution of the dominant class.es_CO
dc.publisherUniversidad Pontificia Bolivarianaes_CO
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International*
dc.subjectJean-Paul Sartre -- crítica e interpretación.es_CO
dc.subjectFilosofía del derecho.es_CO
dc.subjectJean-Paul Sartre -- Derechoes_CO
dc.titleIntroducción a la crítica del concepto de derecho en Jean-Paul Sartrees_CO
dc.title.alternativeIntroducción a la crítica del concepto de derecho en Jean-Paul Sartre" Crisis de la noción de Derechoes_CO

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