Resistances. Journal of the Philosophy of History <p><strong>Resistances (ISSN 2737-6222)</strong>, is a refereed academic journal that publishes two issues per year (January-July and August-December) in Spanish, Portuguese, and English. It is edited by the Centro de Investigaciones en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales de América Latina (CICSHAL-RELIGACIÓN), a center associated to CLACSO. The journal is inspired by the resistance experience of Dolores Cacuango, who promoted processes of struggle and political participation that allowed great advances in the achievement of the rights of peasants and indigenous people and oppressed sectors of the region. This constitutes a reference to our intention to make visible and revalue a philosophical praxis committed to the historical and social reality.</p> CICSHAL-RELIGACIÓN. CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES EN CIENCIAS SOCIALES Y HUMANIDADES DESDE AMÉRICA LATINA en-US Resistances. Journal of the Philosophy of History 2737-6222 Hegel and industrial capitalism: poverty and the plebs as remnants of the modern state <p style="font-weight: 400;">This article has as purpose the approach about the most important "fissure" of the "Principles of the philosophy of law": the huge increase of poverty within the modern industrial societies. From his gray philosophy, deprived of solutions, Hegel contributes a political philosophy whose logical structure and coherence doesn’t escape respect the negativity’s beat that all historical events contains, describing the reality contradictions <em>just as it is</em>. In this sense, poverty will no longer be seen as mere collateral damage of abundance or as an external intrusion inside civil society and confronted with the State, but as the foundation of the social order. The study of Hegel will lead to getting closer about the reality "fissures" and, especially, the limits of modern rationality, whose abstraction level and remoteness from the reality seems to generate an irrepressible accumulation of residues, impossible to assume by the herself.</p> Andrés Pérez Copyright (c) 2022 Andrés Pérez 2022-04-06 2022-04-06 3 5 e21057 e21057 10.46652/resistances.v3i5.57 A matter of correct distancing: Benjamin and Heidegger on the artwork <p style="font-weight: 400;">In this article I explore the relationship between Walter Benjamin´s and Martin Heidegger´s ideas regarding the work of art and the importance of the spatial dimension in the aesthetic experience. To do this, I offer a comparative reading of both author’s essays on the artwork, as both can be interpreted as a critique of the modern conception of the relationship between man and the world in terms of a subject and an object, which hides the transformative potentiality of experience. I also offer an interpretation of Heidegger's “The Age of the World Picture” in the light of Benjaminian ideas on aestheticization and the crisis of experience, pointing out some proximities and oppositions between the ideas of both thinkers with the aim of make a contribution to the understanding of both corpus. Heidegger was, indeed, a lucid critic of the forms of objectivation of the world that understand it, from the theory but not without important consequences for praxis, as a mere object of observation, control and measurement. Even so, and as can be expected, beyond the coincidences, the crucial difference between our philosophers will be, in a very deep sense, political.</p> Tatiana Staroselsky Copyright (c) 2022 Tatiana Staroselsky 2022-04-05 2022-04-05 3 5 e21067 e21067 10.46652/resistances.v3i5.67 Epistemic and participatory justice in health access for women from Mapuce communities. Childbirth health care <p style="font-weight: 400;">This article proposes a geosituated analysis of health care for women from indigenous Mapuce communities in Argentina, from the framework of epistemic and participatory justice. At first, the conceptions that these communities have regarding health-disease and their ways of living the moment of childbirth are characterized. In a second moment, the specific violence to which Mapuce women are subjected in the care of childbirth by the hegemonic medical model becomes evident when they do not contemplate their ancestral knowledge and their ways of giving birth. Finally, reflections are offered regarding the need to rethink the public health system with the clear objective of promoting a human rights approach, centered on intercultural and inter-systemic health care. In the conclusion, it was considered highly relevant to start from the narration of the struggles and resistances from the voice of these women, to attend to a more situated approach with respect to the stories of the experiential experiences that the Mapuce women described about the characteristics of care. healthcare they receive. In this aspect, various situations of obstetric and cultural violence could be verified from the very actions of the hegemonic health system. Indeed, it is argued that it is imperative to build bridges that expand epistemic horizontalities and the democratization of democracy.</p> Cintia Daniela Rodríguez Garat Copyright (c) 2022 Cintia Daniela Rodríguez 2022-04-06 2022-04-06 3 5 e21060 e21060 10.46652/resistances.v3i5.60