Dos Ecuadores: Antagonismo, conflicto y Gramsci en la Mitad del Mundo
In this brief article we will argue the fictional and symbolic existence of two contradictory and antagonistic Ecuadorian realities, fruit of the social polarization that the country went through during the Correa regime. In this context, we will study the discursive construction of the other Ecuadorian reality and we will check the relevance of Antonio Gramsci’s philosophy in the political configuration of Ecuador.
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