Problem migracji w filozofii politycznej libertarianizmu


This paper examines the problem of migration from the point of view of libertarian political philosophy. The author presents a theory of natural rights to private property and uses it to infer that the right to migration does not exist in the libertarian order. He points out that according to the the libertarian theory of justice, the decision-making process concerned with the reception of immigrants in a given location is governed by a communitarian-syndicalist rule, which recognises the local community’s right to make such decisions.


Opublikowane : 2016-12-30

Dominiak, Łukasz. (2016). Problem migracji w filozofii politycznej libertarianizmu. Civitas. Studia Z Filozofii Polityki, 19, 75-96.

Łukasz Dominiak 
Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu  Polska

Doktor nauk o polityce w zakresie filozofii polityki, adiunkt w Katedrze Hermeneutyki Polityki WPiSM UMK w Toruniu.