Subsidiarity, wicked problems and the matter of failing states

Journal of Global Ethics 17 (3):285-301 (2021)
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In the political context, the tenet of subsidiarity states that societal tasks should be solved by subordinate entities in society if these entities have the competencies to solve such problems wit...



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