Propiedad común y justicia (pre) distributiva

Bru Laín

Resumen


Este artículo discute el impacto que los llamados bienes comunes pueden tener en los regímenes de distribución social. Cuestionando algunas de las nociones más aceptadas de los derechos de propiedad, se sugieren la filosofía del derecho natural y del bundle of rights para conceptualizarlos como una constelación de derechos colectivos que implican a varios agentes que conforman una suerte de relación fiduciaria. La propiedad común entendida así aparece como un modo de fomentar un régimen pre-distributivo en el que los derechos de propiedad de la riqueza y los activos productivos estén diseñados y aplicados sobre las circunstancias estructurales de la misma distribución, y no simplemente como respuesta a los resultados de un sistema de distribución injusto y desigual.


Palabras clave


comunes; derechos de propiedad; pre-distribución; relación fiduciaria

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