The article analyzes the crisis hitting Spain and other Western countries, from a point of view that takes into account the cultural, political and economic dimensions. The historical frame includes the post civil war period while the text understands that projects such as the European Union as mere breaks in the crisis of finance capitalis. A society without narrative covers its lack by means of the structural violence of an increasingly less systemic system. In the attempt to provide answers, the author problematizes the aesthetics of dissent and disagreement as a mechanism that calls into question the aesthetics of consensus put into place in the post-dictatorship years.
Crisis, the cultural-economic-political, society, violence.