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Estudios internacionales (Santiago)

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BRICENO RUIZ, José  e  SIMONOFF, Alejandro. The School of Autonomy, Latin America and the Theory of International Relations. Estud. int. (Santiago, en línea) [online]. 2017, vol.49, n.186, pp.39-89. ISSN 0719-3769.

The aim of this paper is to make a contribution to the review of the School of Autonomy, mainlyrepresented by the contri butions published by Juan Carlos Puig in Argentina and Brazil in the 1970s and 1980s. Autonomism is a little known beyond South America, unlike the contributions of ECLAC and the School of Dependency approaches that succeeded in “trave ling” to the rest of Latin America and even to the developed world. In this paper autonomism is discussed in the context of the current debate on the contribution of the countries of the Global South in the theory of International Relations. It is argued that autonomism is one of the original contributions of Latin America to the theoretical debates in the discipline in the region, a reason why a review of its origins, historical development, crisis and relaunch is done. It also argued that although the theoretical arguments of the School of Autonomy were developed in the period of the Cold War, many of its premises have explanatory value today. Nevertheless, some autonomists premises need to be revisited and this paper made some proposals to update them.

Palavras-chave : Autonomy; Latin América; Puig; Jaguaribe.

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