Analysis of social function and evolutive aspects of conflict and peace in Colombia

Néstor Juan Sanabria-Landazábal, Mario Alberto de la Puente-Pacheco, Jorge Eduardo Cervera-Cárdenas, Júlio Cesar Acosta-Prado, Jesús María Beltrán-Cárdenas

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From the studies of the functionality of the society and its evolutionary aspects, the conflict and peace in the Colombian case is analyzed. This is a space in which it competes by proposing strategies, which must report payments in the short term, adapting to the civilizational courses through institutions deployed in complex interaction and social iteration, with a time line defined from advances and Setbacks derived from opportunists who violate institutions, with errors in the construction of the same or misalignments due to changes in the environment. It is pointed out that the conflict is not solved, but is transformed evolutionarily to the extent that they can establish new institutional lines in which the agents must reference the limits of its operation. The results of the study show these apparent disconnections of economic and institutional logic, leaving the emerging problem of culture and the political system as an emerging hypothesis.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)81-96
Number of pages16
Issue number31
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2017
Externally publishedYes


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