Complexity, erotica and conflicto in the urban public space

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Enrique Díaz Álvarez

This article highlights the importance of the urban public space, as the quintessential scenario of intercultural interaction and communication. From a context of globalisation, and from an ethical-political perspective, the author urges a reconsideration of the complexity, eroticism and conflicts that are characterised by coexistence in the city, as elements that are capable of directing dialogue, co-implication and construction of affinities between individuals who enjoy and champion the fact of being different.

 Key words: Public space, urban culture, complexity, intercultural dialogue, city

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