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Revista de humanidades de Valparaíso

Print version ISSN 0719-4234On-line version ISSN 0719-4242

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DE LA TORRE DEL POZO*, Consuelo. The Care for Life in Common in Times of Pandemic and Post-Pandemic. Rev. humanid. Valpso. [online]. 2021, n.17, pp.209-229.  Epub Aug 01, 2021. ISSN 0719-4234.  http://dx.doi.org/10.22370/rhv2021iss17pp209-229.

In this essay, I reflect on the way that the COVID-19 pandemic deepens the care crisis and the radical, democratic transformation this turning point demands. Beginning with an assessment of the status of the free-riding on care (Nancy Fraser) and the gender division of labor, I continue with an analysis of the hegemonic justifications that, as Wendy Brown has shown, underpin such unbalance. I conclude with some remarks on the imminent challenge to advance towards a model of state, society and citizenship capable of securing a sustained and co-responsible social compromise with the care of the community.

Keywords : care crisis; work; women; democracy; substantive citizenship; freedom; equality.

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