Fundamentos bíblicos de la separación de poderes y función catalizadora del juez

Carlos Bernal Pulido

Resumen


Biblical Foundations for the Separation of Powers and the Catalysing Function of Judges

Fundamentos bíblicos da separação de poderes e a função catalisadora do juiz

Este artículo sostiene que la Biblia fundamenta el principio de separación de poderes. En efecto, a partir de una reconstrucción conceptual de dicha noción, este trabajo defiende la tesis de que las Escrituras atribuyen a los jueces la función de incentivar a las autoridades políticas a comportarse de forma virtuosa para proteger los derechos e intereses de las personas. Las conclusiones que proporciona este artículo resultan de suma relevancia para sostener una concepción que incentive a los jueces a ejercer una función catalizadora para que las autoridades políticas efectivamente protejan los derechos e intereses de las personas mediante la creación de derecho y la formulación de políticas públicas.

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Carlos Bernal-Pulido, “Fundamentos bíblicos de la separación de poderes y función catalizadora del juez”, en Dikaion 28, 2 (2019), 222-246. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5294/dika.2019.28.2.1

Recibido: 17/07/2019

Aceptado: 15/08/2019

Publicado: 24/10/2019


Palabras clave


División de poderes; constitucionalismo; supremacía judicial; función judicial; fundamentos cristianos de la separación de poderes.

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