El desafío de la igualdad domestica a la apertura de las fronteras : el argumento de la singularidad de la coacción estatal | The challenge of domestic equality to the opening of borders: the argument of the singularity of state coercion
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El desafío de la igualdad domestica a la apertura de las fronteras : el argumento de la singularidad de la coacción estatal | The challenge of domestic equality to the opening of borders: the argument of the singularity of state coercion

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Arcos Ramírez, Federico
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2017

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The purpose of this paper is to examine one of the most relevant arguments among those used to justify that the members of the same political community owe each other more demanding and strong distributive justice duties than they have with respect to other human beings, to the point of justify a system of closed borders similar to the current one. It is the one that could be denominated like "argument of the singularity of the state coercion". It assumes as an empirical premise that such coercion is structurally and functionally different from what we can find in the international arena, including that which is exercised through the direct prevention and repression of the entry of persons into a given political community by means of border controls.

    Arcos Ramírez, Federico. El desafío de la igualdad domestica a la apertura de las fronteras : el argumento de la singularidad de la coacción estatal | The challenge of domestic equality to the opening of borders: the argument of the singularity of state coercion. En: Cuadernos electrónicos de filosofía del derecho, 35 2017: 10-

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