Human Rights, Collective Self-Determination, and Legitimacy
In the previous chapter I have argued that the idea of basic human interests can provide the core of a minimal theory of justice. In this chapter, I now specify the institutional implications of such a conception of minimal justice. Again, I take Buchanan’s account of minimal justice as he formulates it in his discussion of the natural duty of justice as my starting point. I do, however, adapt it in three ways.
KeywordsPolitical Community Physical Integrity Basic Liberty Collective Entity Instrumental Account
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