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Peter Johan Lor

Jhonny Antonio Pabón Cadavid, (traductor)



Este artículo, reflexiona sobre la relación de las bibliotecas con la paz. Las bibliotecas dependen de la paz para su existencia, desarrollo y supervivencia, al mismo tiempo que estas contribuyen a preservar y construirla La primera parte de este escrito, analiza el surgimiento de los movimientos internacionalistas y pacifistas en el siglo XIX y su relación con la llegada moderna de la bibliotecología y la ciencia de la documentación. Posteriormente se discute el rol de las bibliotecas en la consolidación de la paz, tal como fue concebida por la UNESCO e indaga sobre las diferentes concepciones contemporáneas sobre el concepto paz. Finalmente, se explora el rol de las bibliotecas para la construcción de la paz.


libraries and society, pacifism, internationalism, construction of peaceBibliotecas y Sociedad, Pacifismo, Internacionalismo, Construcción de la PazBibliotecas e Sociedade, Pacifismo, Internacionalismo, Construção da Paz

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Lor, P. J., & Pabón Cadavid, J. A. (2018). Bibliotecas, internacionalismo y paz: (Traducción). Signo Y Pensamiento, 37(72).