THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF PROCEDURAL JUSTICE IN THE HUMAN WORLD AND ITS IMPLICATIONS IN THE PRINCIPLE OF IMMEDIATION

Mary Paz Agudín Colmenares
Universidad Panamericana MÉXICO

Resumen: La autora analiza los motivos por los cuales plantea la hipótesis de que la justicia (por lo menos una justicia procesal perfecta y completa), no es posible en un mundo de seres humanos, sino solo como un accidente, y, partiendo de esa idea y recurriendo a fuentes interdisciplinarias de muy diversa índole, explica por qué la administración de justicia es y ha sido siempre un fracaso para finalmente concluir en posibles soluciones a partir del análisis del juez como protagonista del principio de inmediación procesal.

Palabras clave: juez, principio de inmediación procesal, justicia, falacia.

Abstract: The author analyzes the reasons why she raises the hypothesis that justice (at least a perfect and complete procedural justice) is not possible in a world of human beings, but only as an accident, and, starting from that idea and resorting to interdisciplinary sources of diverse nature, explains why the administration of justice is and has always been a failure to finally conclude in possible solutions based on the judge’s analysis as the protagonist of the principle of procedural immediacy.

Keywords: judge, principle of procedural immediacy, justice, fallacy.