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Disputación sobre el fundamento y el alcance del derecho a contraer matrimonio

Otros títulosA discussion on the foundations and the scope of the right to marry
AutorPeña, Lorenzo
Palabras clavehuman rights
family life
cohabitation
perennial commitments
repudiation
marriage
wedlock
Fecha de publicación2-oct-2016
EditorPublicaciones Jurilog
ResumenThis paper ensues from the debate raised by a previous article, «The right to wedded life in contemporary society», 2010, included as a chapter of the Doctoral Dissertation on Juridical Science, «Idea Iuris Logica», 2015, which was a compilation Thesis, whose concluding section was a set of 48 propositions, five of which were given over to the right to marry, viz.: (1) it is one of the most essential human rights; (2) it is partly a freedom right but also a welfare right; (3) as an associative right it implies the power not just to start a joint life but also to remain therein and not to be forcibly ousted without due reason; (4) a suitable legal implementation calls for the existence of several cohabitation contracts or covenants of different degrees of mutual commitment and duration, with the possibility of a life-long or perpetual bond for those who choose it; and (5) the current lgislation both in Spain and elsewhere is quite unsatisfactory. Those propositions aroused a heated controversy, ten main objections being levelled at my claims. They broach such issues as same-sex marriage, the clash between an undisturbed wedded life and the rights of children, the purportedly necessary anarchy presiding over any two-membered society, which would entail a permanent right to abandon the partner without cause (repudiation), the significance of marriage as against friendship or togetherness in general and the suspiciousness of perennial commitments. Now I thoroughly go into all ten objections and shore up my assertions with further reasons. Then I canvass historical experience, namely the soviet attempt at demolishing family relations in the period 1917-1935, which was doomed to fail; I consider ethnographic evidence, and last I examine the polemics brought about by the UN Human-rights Council Resolution 29/22, passed on 2015-07-02, for the protection of the family. My conclusion is that the West has now chosen the disastrous path blazed out by the Bolsheviks 90 years ago.
DescripciónEste trabajo profundiza y desarrolla las tesis propuestas en el artículo de 2010 "El derecho a la vida conyugal en la sociedad contemporánea" (publicado en ARBOR), contestando a 10 objeciones, lo cual da lugar a incorporar materiales tomados de la historia reciente de las instituciones matrimoniales y de los hallazgos de la etnografía.
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