Define “Bounded Solidarity”

Harmony and unity among a group of individuals because of the moral imperative where individuals help and support others with the hope that being part of that group, they can also be target to the same issues and problems in future, called bounded solidarity. Case of the Columbian policeman who killed two black men, represents a clear example of bounded solidarity where Columbians helped that policeman based on the assumption that he is being punished because he is a Columbian immigrant and if they do not help him, sooner or later, they can also be a target to the same problem.