THE LAW IN TENSION. THE INDIGENOUS SOCIETIES OF NORTHEAST ARGENTINE AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF ITS COSMOVISIONS IN LEGAL PRACTICE

The present work will try to approach the origins of the culture and worldview clashes of indigenous societies and “white” societies that have an impact, among others, in the field of law. For many years the Argentine State failed to recognize and protect through the laws the rights of the indigenou...

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Autor principal: Zalazar, María Luisa; Universidad Nacional del Nordeste
Formato: Artículo revista
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales y Políticas 2022
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Acceso en línea:https://revistas.unne.edu.ar/index.php/mom/article/view/5858
Aporte de:R de Universidad Nacional del Nordeste Ver origen
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Sumario:The present work will try to approach the origins of the culture and worldview clashes of indigenous societies and “white” societies that have an impact, among others, in the field of law. For many years the Argentine State failed to recognize and protect through the laws the rights of the indigenous peoples that are part of the State itself, losing sight of the fact that Argentina is a multicultural nation, and that as a consequence, there were peoples and / or indigenous communities that were governed by their uses and customs, which were not recognized or protected by the State as part of their legal system. Argentine legislation, in recent times, has sought to apprehend the cultural difference of indigenous societies in order to make the right more real, pluralistic and inclusive.