Reflexões sobre a paz perpétua kantiana e o metaconstitucionalismo
Reflections about Kantian perpetual peace and the metaconstitution
Palavras-chave:Kant and perpetual peace; meta-constitutional model; liberty; right; human rights.
The essay on perpetual peace, written by Immanuel Kant in the 18th century, although distant in time, maintains its current-day relevance, since the conquest of lasting peace on a global scale is still pending. In the wake of the improvement of conditions of human existence in today's troubled scenario, the proposal of meta-constitutionalism emerges, whose central objective is to expand the scope of human rights, based on overcoming the traditional constitutionalist model. In this way, the present research sought to compare the Kantian proposal of perpetual peace and meta-constitutionalism, in order to suggest the dissonances and convergences between both proposals, essentially considering the presence of liberty and right as striking elements in Kant’s thought.
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