This article aims to reveal that the relation between the notion of solidarity and criminal law are more extensive than could intuit. After noting the historically polysemantic character of the solidarity concept, this contribution critically analyzes the so-called institutionalist approach of solidarity and propose an alternative interpretation -inspired on the personalist tradition- equally fruitful for answering criminal issues.
|Translated title of the contribution
|Is the Concept of Vertical Solidarity Compatible with a Humane Criminal Law? Personalism and the Idea of Fraternity
|Number of pages
|Doxa. Cuadernos de Filosofia del Derecho
|Published - 2022
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