Ni absoluta, ni exclusiva. Una reconstrucción de la concepción de la propiedad jeffersoniana

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https://doi.org/10.6018/daimon.428761

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propiedad, republicanismo, Jefferson, relación fiduciaria, principal, agente

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Este texto aborda la concepción de la propiedad republicana-jeffersoniana y defiende que el principio político-filosófico que subyace a la misma es el del pacto fiduciario. Para ello se exponen las características de las relaciones fiduciarias diferenciándolas a su vez de las contractuales. Para ilustrar este tipo de relaciones, se abordan dos casos de estudio estrechamente relacionados en el republicanismo de Jefferson: las instituciones políticas y la propiedad. Se pretende así mostrar que su concepción republicana-fiduciaria es la que alimenta el principio de la “utilidad pública” de la propiedad privada presente todavía hoy en el constitucionalismo moderno y democrático.

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20-06-2020

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Laín, B. (2020). Ni absoluta, ni exclusiva. Una reconstrucción de la concepción de la propiedad jeffersoniana. Daimon Revista Internacional De Filosofia, (81), 99 - 114. https://doi.org/10.6018/daimon.428761

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Monográfico 2020 Relaciones fiduciarias: libertad, propiedad y bienes comunes