CULTURE OF PEACE: THEORIZATION FROM THE HISTORICAL PARADIGM BREAK
In the year in which the Universal Declaration of Human Rights turns 75 and the escalation of international tensions is perceived with the advance of military conflicts, we propose the study on the systematization of the resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly to allow the individual to understand, logically and coherently, of the process of passing from idea to theory until one can reach the practice of living life in lasting peace, conceived by the change of social action inspired by the will of individuals to live life in peace, through cooperation, tolerance, and respect among equals, conflicts being resolved by dialogue and elements of nonviolence. This is an attempt to present the coherence of the discourse enshrined in normative instruments and the logic of the microsystem of the culture of peace within a particular phase of the whole complex system of building international peace, allowing us to perceive that peace is much more than a word opposed to war, an unattainable feeling, or the inaudible foundation of society.
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