El humanismo cívico y sus raíces aristotélicas
Palabras clave : 
Humanismo
Aristóteles
Renacimiento
 Filosofía
S. XX
Fecha de publicación: 
1999
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Cita: 
Anuario Filosófico, 1999 (32), 443-468
Resumen
Civic Humanism is one de most relevant theories in present day political philosophy. Its main characteristics are the rejection of radical individualism, the emphasis on the social and political responsibility of citizens, and the consideration that the realisation of a mature personality is only possible through communities on pre-political and pre-economical levels. The author of this paper maintains that there is a continuity from the start of Civic Humanism in Renaissance until its revival in XX Century. He defends as well that the philosophical roots of Civic Humanism can be found in the aristotelian practical philosophy, especially in the notions of good citizen, good life, common good and teleological praxis.

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