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Revista Derecho del Estado

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CORTES-NIETO, JOHANNA DEL PILAR  and  GOMEZ-REY, ANDRÉS. The Rights of Nature between Emancipation and Disciplination. Rev. Derecho Estado [online]. 2023, n.54, pp.133-161.  Epub Feb 04, 2023. ISSN 0122-9893.

This article aims to discuss how the rights of nature have been juridified and disciplined by Colombian judges. For these purposes, we used a two components methodology: discourse analysis of court rulings and doctrinal examination of the origin and pillars of the rights of nature movement. Throughout the text, we analyze how their reading through the lenses of traditional legal notions such as property and common welfare limits the transformative aspirations that inspire the movement of the rights of nature.

Keywords : Rights of nature; judicial rulings; rights; emancipation.

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