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Karol Mazur

Bio: Karol Mazur is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Doctrine & Right to keep and bear arms. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 1 citations.

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors present the basic assumptions and arguments used by the libertarian community in the debate on the right to keep and bear arms, and show the main dilemmas and controversies related to this issue.
Abstract: The aim of the article is to present the basic assumptions and arguments used by the libertarian activist community in the debate on the right to keep and bear arms. Access to weapons is currently one of the most important socio-legal problems in the area of the state-citizen relationships for the libertarian doctrine. Another purpose of the article is to show the main dilemmas and controversies related to this issue. The article uses the arguments taken from the basic literature supporting liberalisation in this area, as well as the opinions of libertarian environments demanding a radical abolition of state rigor in this matter. The article consists of four parts, i.e. it outlines the framework of the problem, demonstrates the attitude of the libertarian movement to the state control of arms, analyses exemplary dilemmas resulting from statistical surveys and summarises the problem taking account of a possible future and the movement’s strategy related to the problem discussed.

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TL;DR: In this article, an adaptation of the author's presentation at the Tower of London Symposium on The Legal, Economic and Human Rights Implications of Civilian Firearms Ownership and Regulation in May 2003 is presented.
Abstract: This paper is an adaptation of the author's presentation at the Tower of London Symposium on The Legal, Economic and Human Rights Implications of Civilian Firearms Ownership and Regulation in May 2003.

2 citations