La economía política del conocimiento jurídico

Daniel Bonilla

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La producción, intercambio y uso del conocimiento jurídico están sometidos a una economía política. Estos procesos están regidos por una serie de reglas y principios que determinan las condiciones de posibilidad para la creación, comercio y consumo de teoría, dogmática y prácticas jurídicas. Esta economía política, consecuentemente, no es neutral. Construye un sujeto de conocimiento específico que actúa dentro de un espacio y un tiempo particulares. Este escrito, por tanto, tiene un doble objetivo. Por un lado, busca describir y analizar el modelo de economía política que domina la imaginación jurídica contemporánea. En esta medida, busca examinar la estructura conceptual de lo que quisiera llamar el modelo del libre mercado de las ideas jurídicas. Por el otro lado, busca describir y analizar un modelo de economía política alternativo y periférico que explicaría de mejor manera las dinámicas reales que regulan la generación, tráfico y uso del conocimiento jurídico. Para conseguir este objetivo, el escrito hace explícitas las estructuras conceptuales que conforman el que quisiera llamar el modelo colonial de producción de conocimiento jurídico. El artículo, por ende, tiene como fin hacer explícitos los tipos de sujeto de producción de conocimiento jurídico al que los modelos dan lugar, así como la manera como imaginan el tiempo y el espacio en el que estos sujeto se sitúan. De igual forma, busca hacer explícitas las reglas y principios más precisos que determinan la manera como estos modelos imaginan la producción, intercambio y uso del saber legal. 


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derecho comparado; conocimiento jurídico; economía política

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