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Enfoque familiar en la Atención Primaria: Una propuesta para mejorar la salud de todos Family Oriented Primary Care: A proposal to improve the health of all
Diego García-Huidobro
Revista médica de Chile , 2010,
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CONCEPTO DE DERECHO A LA VIDA
Figueroa García-Huidobro,Rodolfo;
Ius et Praxis , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-00122008000100010
Abstract: both in national and foreign literature it is possible to find five conceptions regarding the right to life: as the right to live or remain alive; as the right to live well or with dignity; as the right to be given all that is necessary to stay alive; as the right no to be killed and, finally, as the right no to be killed arbitrarily. in this paper all those conceptions are explained, analyzed y reasons are given to support the last one of them, that according to which the right to life is the right not to be killed arbitrarily. besides that, this paper addresses the discussion regarding the legitimacy for an individual to take his life.
LA JUSTICIA NATURAL Y EL MEJOR RéGIMEN EN ARISTóTELES
GARCíA-HUIDOBRO,JOAQUíN;
Ideas y Valores , 2012,
Abstract: aristotle states that although political regimes vary from place to place, only one is by nature the best regime possible anywhere. the article analyzes some of the problems deriving from this statement, in order to show that the diversity of political forms is not abolished in that best regime and that conventional justice does not end up being superfluous. furthermore, the aristotelian idea of the best regime is radically different from later utopianism. finally, the article examines the relation between the naturally just, as it is set forth in the nicomachean ethics, and the issue of the best regime, as dealt with in the politics.
JUSTIFICACIóN DEL ROL DE LAS CORTES HACIENDO JUSTICIABLES LOS DERECHOS ECONóMICOS, SOCIALES Y CULTURALES, EN PARTICULAR, EL DERECHO A LA PROTECCIóN DE LA SALUD
Figueroa García-Huidobro,Rodolfo;
Revista chilena de derecho , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-34372009000200005
Abstract: there are basically two objections against courts making economic, social and cultural rights justiciable. according to the objection of incapacity, judges are not institutionally equipped to recognize complex and polycentric issues embedded in economic and social rights. therefore, they would be incapable of making those rights justiciable. according to the objection of illegitimacy, economic and social rights are realized through public policies fostered throughout the executive branch. consequently, judiciary control over economic, social and cultural rights would lead to breaking the separation of powers. that is illegitimate. both objections have been analyzed and discussed in the anglo-american literature and the conclusion is that none of them represent an insurmountable obstacle to regard economic, social and cultural rights recognizable and judged by courts. otherwise, there are powerful reasons for promoting this labour.
CONCEPTO DE PERSONA, TITULARIDAD DEL DERECHO A LA VIDA Y ABORTO
Figueroa García-Huidobro,Rodolfo;
Revista de derecho (Valdivia) , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-09502007000200005
Abstract: for the majority or our legal community, the legal concept of natural person is equivalent to that of human being from the moment of conception and, therefore, from that moment a person is entitled to the right to life. however, there is no constitutional basis for sustaining that opinion. foreign and international have never affirmed that a human being is a legally person from the moment of conception. that does not mean that a human being is unprotected before being born. the law must provide that protection, but doing so does not mean entitling a human being to the right to life. only in the german case the nasciturus is entitled to such a right, although at the same time abortion is permitted. in the end, protecting the life of the unborn and allowing abortion are compatible positions, as demonstrated by all the constitutional case law that has been passed on this matter
?CABE APLICAR LA EQUIDAD A LA LEY NATURAL? LA RESPUESTA DE FRANCISCO SUáREZ
García-Huidobro,Joaquín;
Revista de derecho (Coquimbo) , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-97532010000200003
Abstract: as a consequence of aristotle's distinction between issues that are fair by nature and those that are not by conventions, he is forced to develop his doctrine of equity that allows an adjustment to the statements of the norm, that are necessarily general, and the singularity of the concrete case. this aristotelian teaching was received by authors belonging to the spanish golden age, that had to solve as well the question about the applicability of equity only to positive law or if it also proceeds in the case of natural law. this article presents the solution by francisco suárez to this problem, who shows that equity has no place when dealing with natural law and that the examples the authors point out that state this possibility are rather cases of interpretation. the article concludes dealing with some problems that arouses suárez's position applied to cases of incest and polygamy.
Alcances de la responsabilidad moral por la acción terapéutica
García-Huidobro,Joaquín;
Revista médica de Chile , 1999, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98871999000800015
Abstract: besides utilitarianism, there are different ways to understand medicine and its role. the opinion of the author is that the pursuit of mankind welfare is not the role of physicians and that their responsibility is not referred to the world. on the contrary, their humble mission is to cure or mitigate pain through therapeutic actions. any other way of proceeding means that the medical action is becoming orchestrated, destroying the fundamental value of patient physician relationship. this article intends to demonstrate the insufficiency of the aristotelian idea of technique applied to medicine and that, on the other hand, the modern ideal of a principle free science does not account for the complexity of medical practice, mainly in the field of psychiatry. finally the author wonders if the moral convictions of physicians may play a role in the treatment of specific diseases caused by morally inadequate behaviors.
200 A os de Desarrollo Jurídico en el Chile Republicano: Notas para un balance 200 Years of Law Development in Republican Chile.: Notes for a balance
Cristóbal García-Huidobro Becerra
Revista Chilena de Derecho : Publicado por la Facultad de Derecho Universidad Católica de Chile , 2010,
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EL REGLAMENTO CONSTITUCIONAL PROVISORIO DE 1812: REFLEXIONES PARA UN BICENTENARIO THE PROVISIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL STATUTE OF 1812: REFLECTIONS FOR A BICENTENNIAL
Cristóbal García-Huidobro Becerra
Revista Chilena de Derecho : Publicado por la Facultad de Derecho Universidad Católica de Chile , 2012,
Abstract:
JUSTIFICACIóN DEL ROL DE LAS CORTES HACIENDO JUSTICIABLES LOS DERECHOS ECONóMICOS, SOCIALES Y CULTURALES, EN PARTICULAR, EL DERECHO A LA PROTECCIóN DE LA SALUD ARGUMENTS TO DEFEND THE ROLE OF COURTS IN THE JUSTICIABILITY OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, SPECIFICALLY, THE GUARANTEE OF HEALTH WELFARE
Rodolfo Figueroa García-Huidobro
Revista Chilena de Derecho : Publicado por la Facultad de Derecho Universidad Católica de Chile , 2009,
Abstract: Existen básicamente dos objeciones en contra de que las cortes hagan justiciables los derechos económicos, sociales y culturales (DESC). Según la objeción de incapacidad, los jueces no están institucionalmente equipados para conocer los complejos y policéntricos asuntos que están envueltos en los DESC. Por ende, serían incapaces de hacer justiciables los DESC. Conforme la objeción de legitimidad, los DESC se plasman a través de políticas públicas impulsadas por el Estado. Por eso, controlar los DESC implica controlar las políticas públicas, lo que vulnera el principio de separación de poderes. Eso es ilegítimo. Ambas objeciones han sido analizadas y discutidas en la literatura angloamericana y la conclusión es que ninguna de las dos constituye un obstáculo insalvable para impedir que los jueces puedan hacer exigibles los DESC. Por el contrario, existen poderosas razones para favorecer ese rol de los tribunales. There are basically two objections against courts making economic, social and cultural rights justiciable. According to the objection of incapacity, judges are not institutionally equipped to recognize complex and polycentric issues embedded in economic and social rights. Therefore, they would be incapable of making those rights justiciable. According to the objection of illegitimacy, economic and social rights are realized through public policies fostered throughout the Executive Branch. Consequently, judiciary control over economic, social and cultural rights would lead to breaking the separation of powers. That is illegitimate. Both objections have been analyzed and discussed in the Anglo-American literature and the conclusion is that none of them represent an insurmountable obstacle to regard economic, social and cultural rights recognizable and judged by courts. Otherwise, there are powerful reasons for promoting this labour.
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