Núm. 3 (2019)
Artículos

Reinventando la política, género y sociedad en la cultura victoriana: un enfoque desde la retórica cultural

Eugenio-Enrique Cortes-Ramirez
UNIVERSIDAD DE CASTILLA - LA MANCHA
Biografía
Editora invitada: Claudia Sofía Benito Temprano
Publicado diciembre 6, 2019

Palabras clave:

Cultura Victoriana, Retórica Cultural, Política, Género, Sociedad, Libertad, Igualdad, Dialéctica

Resumen

La Retórica Cultural es el instrumento con el que la cultura hace que la sociedad se reinventa a si misma a través del lenguaje. En la Cultura Victoriana, la lucha por ser representado supuso una mirada al futuro desde un regreso al mundo clásico mediante la actualización de la Retórica. En otras palabras, el interés por las antiguas sociedades de Asia y el Mediterráneo había sido despertado en el seno de la Sociedad Victoriana. En ese proceso de actualización, la Retórica Cultural logra un nuevo intento de aproximación a los conceptos de Política, Género y Sociedad. Por esta razón, la Retórica Cultural consigue ser ese instrumento específico con el que se realizan nuevas aceptaciones culturales en el seno de la Sociedad Victoriana.

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