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La Sociedad Multiétnica: Pluralismo, Multiculturalismo Y Extranjeros

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Este libro habla de la buena sociedad. Para Giovanni Sartori la buena sociedad es la sociedad abierta que el interpreta como una sociedad pluralista basada en la tolerancia y en el reconocimiento del valor de la diversidad. Un analisis del que resulta que el multiculturalismo no es una extension y continuacion del pluralismo sino, por el contrario, su negacion. Porque el m ...more
Paperback, 142 pages
Published April 2001 by Taurus (first published January 1st 2000)
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Daria
Jan 04, 2014 Daria rated it it was amazing
I've read the Romanian edition and I must say that this is definitely a "must read" for anyone who wants to understand what multiculturalism, pluralism and emigration, really means.
Bear in mind that this book is not really suitable for the great lovers of "politically correctness" and for the ones that really believe in a happy society without frontiers.
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Aug 05, 2012 Pavel rated it really liked it
read in czech translate, but still great :)
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15 years after its publication, this book is more topical than ever. Definitely a must read.
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Fantastico!
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Giovanni Sartori is an Italian political scientist specialized in the study of democracy and comparative politics.

Born in Florence in 1924. Sartori began his academic career as a lecturer in the History of Modern Philosophy. He founded the first Political Science academic post in Italy, and was Dean of the newly formed University of Florence's Department of Political Science. Sartori served as Alb
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