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Title: El dilema de las cláusulas de irreversibilidad en el ejercicio de la autonomía individual
Other Titles: The dilemma of the clauses of irreversibility in the exercise of individual autonomy
Authors: Miraut Martín, Laura 
UNESCO Clasification: 560504 Derecho constitucional
560203 Filosofía del derecho
560507 Derecho público
Keywords: Freedom
Commitment
Paternalism
Democracy
Sovereignty, et al
Issue Date: 2014
Journal: Derechos Y Libertades 
Abstract: Individual autonomy can be manifest in situations which render impossible the future exercise of the individual's decision-making capacity. The problem acquires various nuances in cases of expressing acceptance of time-limitless commitment of the surrendering of freedom, of suicide (thereby rendering nonviable any subsequent conduct) and of the approval of the establishing of non-removable clauses in the constitutional texts. The solution to be adopted will always require the activation of the necessary mechanisms so that the decision that has been reached can be considered free of any type of inducement by any other individual or by society in general.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/70967
ISSN: 1133-0937
DOI: 10.1400/222452
Source: Derechos y libertades: Revista del Instituto Bartolomé de las Casas [I1133-0937], vol. 18(31), p. 103-126
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