Pasado y presente de la ciencia política producida en Argentina : apuntes para un debate de su porvenir

The article “Where is Political Science Going?” in which Giovanni Sartori makes a critical balance about the development and results of Political Science new-century, had cause hot arguments. And it adds up to other discussions, that shows their dissatisfied with a narrow and hegemonic definit...

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Autor principal: Lesgart, Cecilia
Formato: Artículo Artículo artículo publishedVersion
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Facultad de Ciencia Política y Relaciones Internacionales, Universidad Nacional de Rosario 2010
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/2133/1468
http://hdl.handle.net/2133/1468
Aporte de:Repositorio Hipermedial de la Universidad Nacional de Rosario (UNR) de Universidad Nacional de Rosario Ver origen
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Sumario:The article “Where is Political Science Going?” in which Giovanni Sartori makes a critical balance about the development and results of Political Science new-century, had cause hot arguments. And it adds up to other discussions, that shows their dissatisfied with a narrow and hegemonic definition of what Political Science is. Basically, those had has arose with the “behavioral revolution” that grow up in the United States mid-century, lately spread around several European countries, and differentially assimilated in where the discipline get used. Is there any bond between general and international arguments and the particular and local strokes of the discipline? What is going on in Argentina with the narrows definitions that minimize other ways to make Political Science –like behavioralism or neoinstitutionalism perspectives–. This work describes three fundamental moments of Political Sciences made in Argentina along the twenty century. The first one, associates political science with public right, and shows the struggles to acquire a distinctive characteristic from de juridical discourse and the constitutional-legal formalism. The second moment arise between ´50/´60 decades, and it’s decisive in the configuration of Political Science as a modern discipline. Although, the last years of the ´70 are central for it thematic identity: political order, the breakdown of democratic regime, and transitions from authoritarian rule. The thirst and present moment, is one in where find a process of institutional building and diversification, new formative proposals, and efforts to work among curriculum patterns. In this sense Political Science and Theory are alive. On the contrary, they are losing their capacity to discuss and argument about the construction and change of political order, the sense in which they group up in the recent past.