LO NO-PATRIMONIABLE ES INVISIBLE A LA VISTA: la obsesión moderna por el Patrimonio Turístico.

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Maximiliano E. Korstanje

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El presente ensayo cuestiona la presente obsesión occidental por la cultural y la tradición. Desde una perspectiva postmarxista critica, se traza un paralelismo entre el ideal caballeresco de la edad Media tal cual fuese retratado por Johan huizinga y el patrimonio turístico. Ambos dispositivos discursivos tienen como objetivo controlar a la población por medio de la inversión de los valores culturales que rigen la sociedad. En el mundo actual, la busqueda de la tradición intenta sacar de discusión la estructuracion de un sistema donde todos compiten con todos.

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KORSTANJE, Maximiliano E.. LO NO-PATRIMONIABLE ES INVISIBLE A LA VISTA: la obsesión moderna por el Patrimonio Turístico.. El Periplo Sustentable, [S.l.], n. 36, p. 432 - 446, jun. 2019. ISSN 1870-9036. Disponible en: <https://rperiplo.uaemex.mx/article/view/5068>. Fecha de acceso: 14 oct. 2019
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