1981
Volume 11, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 1757-1898
  • E-ISSN: 1757-1901

Abstract

It is still true that defining problems is half the way to finding a solution. In this article I aim to explain how I see the Catalan conflict and, in so doing, do my best not to turn my preferences into prejudices and try to strike a balance between the descriptions of reality that seem to ignore the tensions and the descriptions that excessively dramatize the differences. In a context where political agents are more interested in proving the strength of their character and their convictions than in getting results and signing agreements, I defend that there is a procedure for reaching a solution that should respect three principles: representation, revisability and indeterminacy.

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