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Use of Neutrosophy to recommend conceptions related to the integral protection of the right to life

Janneth Ximena Iglesias Quintana1; Milton Jiménez Montenegro; Mesías Elias Machado Maliza; Ximena Cangas Oña4

. In this study, we identify the main ways of understanding the right to life from its conceptions in a general way. Specific conceptions about the right to life are identified and analyzed. Neutrosophy is used to recommend the conceptions that have received the greatest reception in the literature and that are not taken into account for the integral protection of the right to life, considering that the right to life is the starting point for other human rights. In particular, the rights inherent to the human being are described; which, by means of this condition, require not only its recognition by the state and all the society but also its preservation and the guarantee of its full existence. On the basis of such statement, the present study analyzes from a basically legal perspective, without leaving aside the philosophical approach, not only its national and international recognition but also the challenges and problems that this problematic faces, given the various analyses that have been carried out on this topic. Analyzes that have been subjected to sociological and ethical studies about the legal interruption of life. For this reason, the objective of the present investigation is to identify the integral protection of the right to life from its very conceptions.

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