And human rights movements. To understand this decision, first, we Last Database must take seriously the ethics of the militants, who are sometimes ready to risk their own lives in order to defend what they believe to be true and just, and denounce the injustices they face in their Last Database socio-environmental struggles. Analyzing the discourses of activists and their organizations in Honduras, I was able to observe these forms of ethical commitment, Last Database which Michel Foucault called "parresia." Parresia has a long tradition that can be traced back to Greek antiquity, but it spread in Latin America through critical thought and the workers.
And peasants' movements during the 19th and 20th centuries. It Last Database was revived in the 1970s with Liberation Theology and recovered by movements of African descent, indigenous people, environmentalists, feminist or human rights that emerged in the 1980s and 1990s. In a context of widespread violence and impunity, which Last Database Giorgio Agamben described as abandonment, this ethic encourages activists to show courage in the face of high risks of violence and death. Thus, many repeatedly affirm that they will not be silent and will continue to raise their voices in Last Database defense of life, communities and common goods.
So they force themselves to speak and Last Database fight for their convictions and for others, convinced of the justice of their cause. This commitment is not limited to a speech, but is embodied in their daily lives and in the conformity between what they say and what they do. Associations also play an important role in encouraging their members and sympathizers to adhere to this ethic, for Last Database example, The second point that must be taken into account is the way in which militant discourses transform representations of violence. In Honduras, since its Last Database appearance in the 1990s, but with greater intensity since the 2009 coup, socio-environmental movements have spread an imaginary that opposes the defense of life – broadly