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Universality, multiculturalism and the rights of indigenous peoples. An approximation from the Argentinian case

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Disciplines
KeywordsTriple Keywords
Volition
Conation
Will
Property
Property--Law and legislation
Legislative enactments
Laws (Statutes)
Law
Legislative acts
Acts, Legislative
Enactments, Legislative
Aboriginal peoples
Native races
Aborigines
Indigenous populations
Indigenous peoples
Adivasis
Native peoples
Evolution

Abstract

The aim of this work is to: (a) to highlight developments in the recognition of indigenous rights in a particular American country, Argentina; (b) identify some of the problems that such recognition has caused in that country, together with indications that they may contribute to its solution. The focus will be on the right to property and the so-called “right to one’s own law”. On that basis, it is suggested that there is a need to study further the possible contact points between the universalia-multiculturalism debate in Europe and that taking place in Latin America concerning the rights of indigenous people.

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