El liberalismo, una revisión de literatura entre los siglos XVII al XXI

Autores/as

  • Jairo Camilo Zamora Escobar Universidad Santo Tomás Seccional Villavicencio
  • Yuneisy Lagos Duarte Universidad Santo Tomás Seccional Villavicencio
  • Laura Daniela Caro Álvarez Universidad Santo Tomás Seccional Villavicencio

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15332/27113833.8469

Palabras clave:

liberalismo, filosofía, relaciones internacionales, economía, Estado, teoría del liberalismo

Resumen

Este artículo abarca el concepto de ‘relaciones internacionales’ para desglosar, a su vez, el concepto de ‘relaciones’, lo cual lleva a cuestionar el liberalismo y su evolución histórica hasta el siglo XXI. Así, pretende describir cómo se puede elaborar un análisis retórico de la perspectiva teórica del liberalismo, su desarrollo como teoría y su aporte a las relaciones internacionales. A través de los siglos analizados, se exponen los principales rasgos del liberalismo, así como las mentes que ayudaron a crear las doctrinas y estructuras que lo caracterizan y que le dieron nuevas formas a las economías y los Gobiernos de los países. El liberalismo es un pensamiento filosófico que, más allá de ser un partido político, fue adoptado por la educación humanista; sin embargo, hoy en día tiene connotaciones negativas, aunque fue más aceptado que el conservadurismo. Grandes filósofos y economistas han aportado a la estructura del liberalismo como lo conocemos hoy, lo que ha tenido grandes impactos en la sociedad y en la economía del presente, por lo que se puede afirmar que el liberalismo ha sido de gran impacto para el mundo occidental. 

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2023-01-01

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Zamora Escobar, J. C., Lagos Duarte, Y., & Caro Álvarez, L. D. (2023). El liberalismo, una revisión de literatura entre los siglos XVII al XXI . Episteme. Revista De Estudios Socioterritoriales, 15(1), 136–159. https://doi.org/10.15332/27113833.8469

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