Acciones, sistemas normativos o creencias ¿Dónde se fundamenta la violencia?
In this paper, I evaluate the concept of violence. I explore hypothetical cases which let us establish conditions or criteria for an action to be considered violent. I start with the idea that an action is violent when it breaks rules or norms that are established by social systems, which are based on belief systems. I conclude that we need to examine the belief systems, where the social systems are based, in order to eradicate any kind of action that could break rules or norms.
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