Con este trabajo se quiere hacer una aproximación al problema desde una perspectiva diferente, considerando nuevos argumentos que hasta hace muy poco tiempo no se habían tenido en cuenta y que se vienen formulando de una manera muy interesante en los últimos años. El objetivo del artículo es presentar tres argumentos para señalar la necesidad de repensar, desde sus fundamentos, el concepto de desarrollo.
Development has been an issue of discussion since a few decades, in social sciences as in economics. These arguments, generally, are turn around the analysis about how to improve development, how or where to locate the Southern Countries, what ideologies to use to make development, etc, But it's necessary to change the angle of this thoughts, since it has been proved that many of this discussions haven't lead to any substantial suggestion to diminish the current problems In the so called Third World. So, this paper pretends to approach the problem from a different perspective and considering new arguments, that until little time hasn't been take into account and has been formulate in a very interesting way in the past years, The issue of the paper is to present three arguments to point out the need to rethink, from its basis, the concept of development. In the first part a reflection about what is a world vision and its importance in a society will be made. analyzing how "development" due to its particular structure of thought was moving, and even eliminating, the great diversity of world vision's and substituting, meaning, homogenizing them. In the second part a short balance is made about the results obtained from the concept of development, after its systematic implementation in the last fifty years, taking two principal axis, poverty arid environmental problems, Has the development attain his goals? in the third part the concept of development is analyzed as a whole, avoiding to fall into the former analysis patterns (development -underdevelopment, centerperiphery, etc.), but to review the development concept as a discourse, that generates its own dynamic to feed itself.