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Ars & Humanitas
The 'Economy of Solidarity' is a proposal that appeared in Latin America in the last decade of the twentieth century as part of the global movement seeking alternatives to the market society model. The Economy of Solidarity suggests that society claims responsibility on the basis of solidarity in the production, distribution and consumption, and that the economic practice regenerates social life with models of reciprocity and redistribution outside the capitalist system. The first part of thedoi:10.4312/ah.8.1.79-98 fatcat:4y5gnxvnvjep3die6on45ozvwq