Titel

Bröstl, Alexander (Ed.) / Pavcnik, Marijan (Ed.)

Human Rights, Minority Rights, Women’s Rights

Proceedings of the 19th World Congress of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR), New York, June 24-30, 1999

Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie – Beihefte (ARSP-B)
Band 78

ISBN 978-3-515-07861-0

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Abstract

Contents:
Louis E. Wolcher: Thinking Critically About Human Rights — Carl Wellman: The Universal Declaration – Ambiguous or Amphibious? — Koji Nakamura: Human Rights and Self-determination — Hyun Sub Yun: The Logical Nexus of Two Categories of Human Rights — María José Falcón y Tella: Legal Justification for Civil Disobedience: A Right to no Law? — Paloma Durán: Development and Social Rights. Economy and Solidarity — Augustín Squella: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Swimming Against the Tide? — Anindita N. Balslev: Reflections on Women’s Rights & Cultural Norms — Shaireen Rasheed: Gendered Ethical Discourse and the “Impartiality of Justice” — Juliana Neuenschwander Magalhåes: Women and Human Rights — Elena Pariotti: Nationality and Fundamental Rights between Cultural and Political Identity — Juan Carlos Morales Manzur: Los derechos humanos de las minorías indígenas en las zonas fronterizas latinoamericanas: Integración o desintegración — Kevin T. Jackson: Normative Rights into International Business Ethics

1. Auflage 2001.
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Franz Steiner Verlag

Über die Autoren

Autoren

Marijan Pavcnik

Marijan Pavcnik ist Professor für Rechtstheorie an der Universität Ljubljana.

[Von Marijan Pavcnik erschienene Publikationen]

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