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Redes de Poder y Economía en Bertrand Russell

Morales-Oñate, Víctor (2019): Redes de Poder y Economía en Bertrand Russell. Published in: Chakiñan No. 8 (1 August 2019): pp. 36-51.

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The concept of power is central to the social thought of Bertrand Russell and can be taken as the frame of reference for understanding his thinking outside the boundaries of analytic philosophy or the foundations of mathematics. This article of reflection analyzes Russell from the sciences of the spirit, where inevitably his concept of power plays a cardinal role. The analysis focuses on the role that the economy plays in its social thinking. For this we go through the typology in which Russell frames the economy, as a part of a system of power. It reviews the precisions that Russell establishes of the economy as a form that adopts the power, such as the sacerdotal, manifest or revolutionary power, among others. It shows that the economy is not a function of a specific form of power, nor is the general form of power, but a correlated sphere and in constant tension the revised forms of power. This process allows us to establish an economy-power relationship following a consistent systematization in terms of networks and which is articulated with its general framework of power system.

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