Editorial

Antonia Larrain, Sylvia De Chiaro, Kátia Calligaris Rodrigues

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Antonia Larrain
Faculdad de Psicologia
Universidad Alberto Hurtado
antonia.sutil@gmail.com
Sylvia De Chiaro
Centro de Educação
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
sylvia.chiaro@ufpe.br
Kátia Calligaris Rodrigues
Núcleo de Formação Docente
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
katia.calligaris@ufpe.br




EDITORIAL

La argumentación, como proceso socio-discursivo a través del que se justifican y ponen a prueba puntos de vista articulando evidencia en contextos de controversia (Asterhan&Schwarz, 2016), es una práctica fundamental para las democracias y ciudadanía contemporánea. Se trata de una noción de ciudadanía que trasciende una perspectiva clientelista (Muñoz & Torres, 2014), para entenderla como la participación activa, basada en evidencia, en un campo de intereses plurales, muchas veces conflictivos y contradictorios, para el ejercicio de derechos (Barry, 2016). La sostenibilidad, es decir, la posibilidad de organizar modos de vida en común atendiendo a necesidades sociales, culturales, económicas, políticas y ambientales, sin poner en riesgo a generaciones futuras y sus necesidades (Kyle, 2020), emerge como un eje fundamental de la ciudadanía y democracia (Villarroel & Gamboa, 2020), considerando una noción de democracia que asume como eje articulador la deliberación social (Cohen, 1997) y la diversidad como base epistémica (De Brasi, 2018). Así, la práctica sostenida de argumentación y el ejercicio de habilidades argumentativas, aparecen como práctica y habilidades respectivamente, claves para el la vida política y social actual

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