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Who Is Afraid of T. H. Marshall? Or, What Are the Limits of the Liberal Vision of Rights? Qui a peur de T. H. Marshall? Ou, quelles sont les limites de la vision libérale des droits? ¿Quien tiene miedo de T. H. Marshall? ¿O cuales son los límites de la visión liberal de los derechos?

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The liberal construction of the citizen is a man (sic) empowered with reciprocal rights to the nation state, which will maintain his dignity by providing work and welfare if he can prove need. The challenge for the new century is to find out whether we still can live in a finely balanced world of citizen/civil society state and capital from which these rights will flow. We need to understand why many of the rights died and subsequently to be able to redefine what it means to be a citizen; by taking into account the unequally weighted power relations that favor corporate citizenship. Then human rights, defined as international standards and norms for economic rights (labor rights, housing and food rights), cultural rights and the right to protection from physical harm, can become a meaningful reality. La construction libérale du citoyen est un homme autorisé avec des droits réciproques à l'état de nation, qui maintiendra sa dignité en fournissant le travail et le bien-être s'il peut prouver le besoin. Le défipour le nouveau siècle doit découvrir si nous pouvons encore vivre dans un monde finement équilibré entre la société civile et le capitale duquel ces droites couleront encore. Nous devons comprendre pourquoi plusieurs de ces droits de citoyen sont mortes et pouvoir plus tard redéfinir ce que signifie-t-il pour être un citoyen. Il faut le faire en tenant compte des relations inégales de puissance qui favorisent la citoyenneté du corporation sur celle de la personne. Puis peuvent-t-ils devenir une réalité signicative les droits du citoyen, définis en tant que des normes internationales et des normes économiques: des droits de travail, de logement et de nourriture; des droits culturels et le droit à la protection contre le mal physique. La definición liberal del ciudadano es la de un hombre con unas relaciones de reciprocidad con el Estado, que debe mantener su dignidad proporcionándole trabajo y bienestar si tiene necesidad. El reto para el nuevo siglo es averiguar si podemos seguir viviendo en el equilibro entre el ciudadano, el Estado y el capital de donde proceden esos derechos. Tenemos que entender por qué han muerto muchos de esos derechos y ser capaces de redefinir lo que significa la ciudadanía, teniendo en cuenta la desigualdad de relaciones de poder que favorecen los derechos de las corporaciones. Los derechos humanos, entendidos como normas de protección de derechos económicos (vivienda y alimento), derechos culturales y el derecho a ser protegidos de la enfermedad, pueden así convertirse en una realidad llena de sentido.

Affiliations: 1: Griffith University, Australia

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