I will focus here on three perspectives related to the question of the application of social rights as rights to subsistence in European affluent societies. It can be said that the problem of the equalisation between subsistence rights (as social rights) and patrimonial rights did not lead either to narrow distinctions or to acceptable solutions. In fact, if subsistence rights, as many affirm, are social rights entailing duties of assistance from others, the second point should also be self-evident, that is to say, every subsistence right would determine the equal distribution regarding the relation between social services and patrimonial rights. Nevertheless, this problem appears to be hanged on the social structures of control of power.
|Titolo:||Subsistence: from Social Rights to Human Rights?|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|