Jiménez-Castillo, M. (2017) Una arqueología hegeliana de las teorías de desarrollo. Cinta moebio 59: 186-197. doi: 10.4067/S0717-554X2017000200006
A Hegelian archaeology of development theories
Manuel A. Jiménez-Castillo (firstname.lastname@example.org) Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas, Universidad Católica de Pereira (Pereira, Colombia) ORCID: 0000-0002-4450-9779
The impossibility of development to gather normatively impartiality and plurality makes itself to be ontologically incomplete. Nevertheless, the analytical that emerges in the very essence of development discipline implies to accept that any development theory is and will always be unfulfilled. Nevertheless, and beyond that substantive impossibility, an improvement occurs dialectically in terms of Hegelian double negation by which each theory is overcome by a higher grade of normative awareness by the following one. This improvement reaches analytically an absolute dimension of development as freedom. A concept (no empiric) that goes beyond such introduced by Amartya Sen, which it is well able of including all human determinations that ultimately allow to meet analytically those edges of the gap.
Key words: absolute development, impartiality, freedom, plurality, Hegel, Sen.
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