Revista Internacional de Estudios Asiáticos ISSN electrónico: 2215-6623

Confucianismo en El Modelo de China: Redefinir la Modernización de China por los Perspectivos de Relativismo Cultural
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universal values
autodeterminación Indígena
las múltiples modernidades
Consenso de Beijing
la democracia
los valores universales
indigenous self-determination
multiple modernizations
Beijing Consensus
universal values

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Li, C., & Hua, M. . (2023). Confucianismo en El Modelo de China: Redefinir la Modernización de China por los Perspectivos de Relativismo Cultural . Revista Internacional De Estudios Asiáticos, 2(2), 131–159.


A pesar de la diferencia cultural, América Latina y China comparten una trayectoria histórica similar de colonización y semicolonización. Este documento adopta las perspectivas del relativismo cultural y las modernidades múltiples para examinar cómo diversos actores de ambas regiones se han embarcado en la promoción de movimientos sociales, culturales y políticos indígenas con el fin de refinar la identidad nacional y la modernidad, que se desvía de las ideologías occidentales hegemónicas. En este documento se analizan los pueblos y naciones indígenas de América Latina que reivindican sus derechos a proteger sus tierras tradicionales, su cultura y su autodeterminación. A continuación, los autores sostienen que existe un patrón similar en el debate sobre el carácter distintivo del modelo chino y analizan cómo los académicos chinos pueden construir el modelo chino como su propia forma de autodeterminación "indígena", relatividad cultural e igualdad. Este artículo examina cómo los discursos de los defensores del modelo chino están en consonancia con la afirmación de la modernidad china, que refleja los movimientos indígenas latinoamericanos para ser reconocidos como naciones soberanas e iguales.
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