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FUSTER SANCHEZ, Nicolás  and  MOSCOSO-FLORES, Pedro. Legality of History: the foundational myth of identity in neoliberal Chile. Izquierdas (Santiago) [online]. 2015, n.23, pp.20-47. ISSN 0718-5049.

This paper addresses the problem of foundational violence immanent in history, understood as the space of production of inputs -memory/origin- that awake senses of belonging in a community-identity, culture, etc-. In this direction, we believe that the emergence of a certain way of understanding the social-evidenced in the founding gesture of Law Decree No. 1 of 1973, would suppose a basic discursive strategy for the naturalization of a triumphant, democratic and legal actuality; and the production of a vicarious identity proper of the neoliberal model.

Keywords : Law Decree; Violence; History; Subject; Identity.

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