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by Gregory J. Walters

  • ISBN: 0810830108
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Gregory J. Walters
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scarecrow Press (May 1995)
  • Pages: 459
  • ePub book: 1751 kb
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Talk about human rights and the assertions and denials of human rights is commonplace today. 1 Quoted in Theodor Meron, e. Human Rights in International Law: Legal and Policy Issues, Vo. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984), .

Talk about human rights and the assertions and denials of human rights is commonplace today. Rights of Ma. The origin of "natural right" may be traced to the Greeks' distinction between "nature" (physis) and "convention" (nomos). 2 The Greeks contrasted animals and humans insofar as the habits of animals were uniform, whereas the practices of humans differed according to convention.

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Walters provides an excellent historical overview of human rights in the Western tradition and delineates the global .

Walters provides an excellent historical overview of human rights in the Western tradition and delineates the global context of human rights in the twentieth century.

Universal human rights have a very particular history. Prior to the second half of the seventeenth century, the idea that all human beings, simply because they are human, have rights that they may exercise against the state and society received no substantial political endorsement anywhere in the world. I gave no attention, though, to the substance of those ideas.

friendly primer on the contemporary. theory and practice of human rights, Boersema’s text attempts to combine. the virtues of a single-authored book. with those of an anthology of readings. book, I found Boersema’s approach to.

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Gregory J. Walters - 2001 - In Human Rights in an Information Age a Philosophical Analysis. Kurt Salamun & Gregory J. Walters (ed. - 2006 - Humanity Books. University of Toronto Press. Karl Jaspers was one of the greatest European philosophers and humanists of the twentieth century. He demonstrated a broad range of philosophical thinking that makes his work relevant for the twenty-first century.

This volume argues that the United Nations regime on human rights is an attempt to realise this project on an international level

This volume argues that the United Nations regime on human rights is an attempt to realise this project on an international level. The authors provide an engaging theoretical and historical context for this argument, defining the concept of liberalism, its origins and evolution, and identify it as a universal value that constitutes the very essence of the international human rights regime.

Walters provides an excellent historical overview of human rights in the Western tradition and delineates the global context of human rights in the twentieth century. The scope of English language works included ranges from 1982 to 1994, and the bibliography avoids using specific rights as the main organizational principle. Instead, Chapter One begins with key encyclopedia resources and entries, dictionaries, anthologies, readers, and textbooks useful for teaching at the college or university level. Remaining chapters include: the Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights; Cultural Relativism and Cross-Cultural Perspectives; Human Rights and Religious Traditions; Basic Human Needs, Development, and Security; Human Rights and Foreign Policy; International Law, Organization, and Human Rights; Group Rights and Individual Rights; Women and Human Rights; Emerging Human Rights issues ; Teaching Human Rights and Genocide; and Researching Human Rights. Author, subject, and geographical indexes provide the researcher with ready access to articles published in collections, to specific rights, to human rights ideas and institutions, and continent and country-specific human rights concerns and analyses. Appendixes: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for the Electronic Community of Learners.This bibliography is indispensable for students, activists, and general readers, and scholars seeking key human rights resources across an immense range of material drawn from many disciplines.