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Molina Garrido, G. A. (2021). Reducing Inequalities: Other Rights and Other Developments. Revista Internacional De Cooperación Y Desarrollo, 8(1), 135–138. https://doi.org/10.21500/23825014.5363
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This paper is a book review of “Reducing Inequalities. Other Rights and Other Developments,” under the editorial leadership of Nina Ferrer Araujo, Dean of the Faculty of Law at Saint Bonaventure University, Cartagena de Indias, campus, Colombia. The publication emerges in an intellectual panorama, which is characterized by the urgency of our time in order to reformulate scientific vocabularies, concepts, metaphors, and paradigms, at a time, in which the Colombian, Latin American, and World history, in which the critical Academy –by explicit or implicit consensus– seems to mean that, before the empire of Capital, this world is to not avail. As such, this book review is concerned with answering the following three questions: 1. What is the scientific transition, which is the subject of this book? 2. What is the order of exposure, which this book proposes us? and 3. What is the underlying vision, which nourishes the work, in general, and is therefore, reflected in each chapter? The document concludes with the idea that this publication is highly recommended, necessary, desirable, and that, seen with eyes of hope, it could pave the way toward a new conception of law, closer to the realities of the Colombian Caribbean and, therefore, to the physical and symbolic geographies of our south.

Keywords: Economic Inequality; Racial Inequality; Right to Development; Socioeconomic Rights; Economic Violence; and Justice.


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