Estudios Socio-Jurídicos

ISSN-e: 2145-4531

ISSN: 0124-0579 

Justicia correctiva vs. justicia social en casos de conflicto armado

Pablo Kalmanovitz

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¿Cómo justificar la práctica de la justicia correctiva asociada con el fin de conflictos armados? El presente artículo pretende mostrar la fuerza y pertinencia de esta pregunta, así como argumentar que la justicia social debe tener prioridad respecto a la justicia correctiva en casos de guerras masivamente destructivas. Tomando como base una concepción liberal Rawlsiana de la relación entre justicia correctiva y justicia social, se argumentará que, paradójicamente, mientras más destructiva sea una guerra, menos fuerza tendrán los derechos a la reparación y más énfasis deberá darse a políticas de reconstrucción orientadas a garantizar derechos básicos en toda la población.


Palabras clave


reparación, justicia social, conflicto armado, post-conflicto, justicia transicional

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