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Is it Possible to Talk about the Authorities' Right to Violence?
In this article, the author intends to analyze whether one can talk about the Authorities' (political power's or State's) right to violence within the context of the ethical and legal relations, and to discuss the legal foundations of the authority's right to violence as required. The burden of the discussion is being carried out within the tradition of Social Contract and the doctrines of Natural Law. In this article, it is argued that the concepts of authority, violence and human rights, in general, are being discussed out of their relevant contexts, and as a result of this approach, especially when we ignore the distinctions between ethics and law, the expected or the desired results cannot be achieved.

Human rights, natural law, authority, violence, power, ethics.

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