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In order to protect rights, a state needs to spend some of its resources, and this is the subject of this article. It begins by studying the relationship between a state and the cost of protecting rights in light of the evolution of the modern state. The costs became clear with the contemporary and active form of the state known as the «Estado social de derecho», or Social State. The article uses the cost of protecting rights to dissolve a traditional distinction between «negative rights» anddoi:10.18046/prec.v0.1393 fatcat:dczdmayzpjecfpioajc4hssoxy