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    The principle of coherence between internal and external migration: an apagogical argument for open borders?Borja Niño Arnaiz - 2024 - Ethics and Global Politics 17 (1):1-19.
    There is a broad consensus on the legitimacy of states to control immigration. However, this belief has recently been questioned, among other reasons, due to the contradiction with current practices in emigration and internal mobility. The principle of symmetry states that any restriction on immigration should also apply to emigration; or that, to the contrary, if there is a right to emigrate, there should be a corresponding right to immigrate. The principle of coherence posits that every reason one might have (...)
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    Not intrinsically unconstitutional: the Portuguese constitutional court, the right to life, and assisted death.Luís Cordeiro-Rodrigues & Christopher Simon Wareham - 2024 - Ethics and Global Politics 17 (1):1-8.
    Recently, there have been debates in Portugal regarding the morality of assisted death. One of the leading opponents in Portuguese society against assisted death are Catholics. They argue that the right to life implies that assisted death is immoral and provide four key arguments they believe justify their position. In this article, we reply to these four articles and show that they all fail.
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