The research analyzes the advantages that participatory democracy demonstrates as a model of horizontal political management in the face of natural disasters; enabling the sustainability of decent ways of life. The dialogical confluence, far beyond forming pertinent skills in the face of emergencies, makes it possible to jointly face the many difficulties that the current civilizational model causes. It demonstrates the crises derived from socioeconomic structures that try to maintain high levels of production over time without meeting the limits that reality presents; for this reason, it insists on the use of dialogue as a timely concurrence of subjectivities in order to coordinate effective strategies. It is a bibliographical study from the rationalist approach.
|Translated title of the contribution||Participatory Democracy as a Management Model that Guarantees Sustainability in the Face of Natural Disasters|
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||Revista de Filosofia (Venzuela)|
|State||Published - 13 Apr 2022|
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