O nexo identidade/alteridade nas relações internacionais: dois casos de encontro com a diferença

Palavras-chave: Identidade. Alteridade. Discursos. Política estrangeira

Resumo

O objetivo deste artigo é pesquisar as implicações do nexo identidade/alteridade nas relações internacionais (RI), relacionado aos processos de troca de ideias para a compreensão de conflitos e violência na política global. Oferecerei o que eu poderia chamar de ontologia da diferença na política global, onde enfatizo a confiança em entender outras práticas na política global, enquanto exploro dois casos dos quais faço as seguintes perguntas: Como ocorrem os processos de identidade e formação de identidade e se desenvolve em diferentes níveis, tempos e dimensões? Como os discursos de diferenciação e identificação ajudam a construir identidades e interesses do Estado? Seguindo Emmanuel Lévinas, argumentarei que, ao procurar maneiras de alcançar o Outro, nos libertamos das restrições do egoísmo, da indiferença e isolamento. Encontrar e chegar a um acordo com uma composição do Eu que também inclua o Outro nos permite assumir a responsabilidade por ele/ela, na medida em que impede as condições de violência e conflito 

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Biografia do Autor

Erica Resende, Escola Superior de Guerra (ESG)

Doutora em Ciência Política pela Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Seus principais temas de pesquisa são: teoria de Relações de Internacionais, Estudos Críticos de Segurança, Sociologia Política Internacional, Análise de Discursos, Questões de identidade

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2020-07-20
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Resende, E. (2020). O nexo identidade/alteridade nas relações internacionais: dois casos de encontro com a diferença. Civitas - Revista De Ciências Sociais, 20(2), 234-247. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7289.2020.2.34347