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Essays on Human Rights

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  • Ansuátegui Roig, Francisco Javier. Coordinador
  • Asís Roig, Rafael de. Coordinador
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    • Editorial: Aranzadi
    • ISBN: 978-84-9059-949-5
    • Páginas: 644
    • Encuadernación: Cartoné
    • Idiomas: Inglés
    • Fecha de la edición: 2015
    • Edición: 1ª ed.

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    This book is a collection of essays on human rights by the fellows of the 'Bartolomé de las Casas' Human Rights Institute at Carlos III de Madrid University. The Human Rights Institute was created by Professor Gregorio Peces-Barba as a reference for the research on human rights interconnecting the ethical, legal and political perspectives. This collection of essays comprises 23 essays, each centered on a key issue. Broad in scope and original in approach, this collection of essays will be a valuable resource for students and scholars.




    1. Arguments for a theory of social rights.

    2. Constitution, human rights and philosophy of law: A theory of justice for contemporary constitutionalism.

    3. Women in the 20th century. The equality challenge in regulation and case law.

    4. Rights of indigenous people from the classics.

    5. A review of the idea of human dignity and the values of freedom, equality and solidarity in relation to the foundation or rights.

    6. Disability, normality, and human rights.

    7. On the interpretation of human rights law.

    8. Transitional justice, criminal prosecution and amnesties.

    9. Tradition and freedoms (The manifesto of the Persians and traditionalist restoration)

    10. Moral words in constitutions. A matter of readings.

    11. Social rights, for whom? On the university of social rights.

    12. Law, literature and fiction. Literature in the teaching of human rights.

    13. The crisis and the dismantling of the rule of law: from rights to privileges.

    14. Human genome and human rights.

    15. The legacy of the 20th Century: the inclusion of disability in the human rights discourse.

    16. Human dignity beyond value.

    17. Some strategies for cosmopolitan virtue.

    18. Legal moralims, paternalism, and human rights: the devlin-hart debate.

    19. Poverty as violation of human rights.

    20. New rights debate? Reasons not to resist.

    21. Freedom of expression in times of crisis. An approach from the philosophy of law.

    22. Anarchy and human rights in the 20th Century.

    23. Forced sterilization on people with intellectual disability. Is it a question of paternalism or restriction of individual autonomy?

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