Multiculturalism and collective rights in Joseph Raz

In this paper I intend to show the difficulties of sustaining Raz's argument in support of collective rights in the case of multicultural societies. This is in contrast to the argument of this author with J. Griffin. I conclude that although there are communal property, in the case of multicultural societies the possibility that these act as an agency makes it very difficult to agree on them, and in the event of this agreement, the result can not be called «law» according to the theory of law upheld by Joseph Raz.

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