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Trivium - Estudos Interdisciplinares

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SOUSA, Edson Luiz André de  y  PACHECO, Marina de Araujo. Civilization, intolerance and otherness. Trivium [online]. 2014, vol.6, n.1, pp.29-40. ISSN 2176-4891.

In this text, the theme of restorative justice will be used as a springboard for generating reflections on the complex issue of fighting violence and crime. In order to contemplate alternatives to the traditional criminal justice system, we will endeavor to provide an understanding of the subject that takes into account all his facets, as well as set forth some ideas on destructive and constructive relationships among people. We will also take a look at some of Freud's so-called social texts, in addition to garnering support from theories by contemporary authors, for the development of three specific themes: instinctual renunciations demanded by civilization; aggressiveness and its interfaces with the logic of evil; and the importance of otherness in strengthening social bonds. Utopian-design aspirations will be challenged, opening the way to their effacement by an iconoclastic utopia, which based on criticism of the former, seeks to build other futures.

Palabras clave : Restorative justice; civilization; ambivalence; intolerance; otherness.

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