Signos Filosóficos 8 (15):25-64 (2006)

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In this writing it is presented Rawl’s proposal about the possibility of civil disobedience in the face of a democratic authority legitimately established. Rawlsian civil disobedience shows its antiauthoritarian claims depending on the maintenance of a fair order, and social society is the way of..
Keywords CIVIL SOCIETY   CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE   JUSTICE   PLURALISM   ANTIAUTHORITARIANISMSOCIEDAD CIVIL   DESOBEDIENCIA CIVIL   JUSTICIA   PLURALISMO   ANTIAUTORITARISMO
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