Violencia, trabajo y democracia. Del desecho humano a la organización de los desechados
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AuthorMuñoz, María Antonia
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Systemic violence generates more and more production of “leftovers”: a population that apparently is not functional to the system and, therefore, is left to its own fate as human waste. Likewise, the category of “ultra-objective” violence moves away from the typical ways in which violence has been thought during the twentieth century. The approach that will be addressed in this chapter problematizes the relationships between democracy, subjective violence and the invisibility of the ways in which economic dynamics generate other violence. In addition, it will be discussed how in Latin America, particularly in Argentina, mechanisms to resist these processes have been generated. The so called “surplus population” has generated its own forms of work that is sometimes functional to the capitalist system although with an irrupting potential. Above all, this symbolic violence that arises from the organization of the “remains” forces new ways of thinking about work and how this population is ...
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