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Philosophical foundations of human rights
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année 2015
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Philosophical foundations of human rights
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1 vol. (XII-702 p.) ; 26 cm
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323
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The philosophical foundations of human rights : an overview / Rowan Cruft, S. Matthew Liao, and Massimo Renzo ; Pt. I. Human rights' foundations ; 1. On the foundations of human rights / John Tasioulas ; 2. Response to John Tasioulas / Onora O'Neill ; 3. Human rights as fundamental conditions for a good life / S. Matthew Liao ; 4. From a good life to human rights : some complications / Rowan Cruft ; 5. Is dignity the foundation of human rights? / Jeremy Waldron ; 6. Human rights, natural rights, and human dignity / A. John Simmons ; 7. Personal deserts and human rights / James W. Nickel ; 8. Can moral desert qualify or justify human rights? / Zofia Stemplowska ; 9. A social ontology of human rights / Carol C. Gould ; 10. Human rights, human dignity, and power / Pablo Gilabert ; Pt. II. Human rights in law and politics ; 11. Human rights in the emerging world order / Joseph Raz ; 12. Joseph Raz on human rights : a critical appraisal / David Miller ; 13. Why international legal human rights? / Allen Buchanan ; 14. Human rights pragmatism and human dignity / David Luban ; 15. Human rights and constitutional law : patterns of mutual validation and legitimation / Samantha Besson ; 16. Specifying human rights / Saladin Meckled-Garcia ; 17. Rescuing proportionality / George Letsas ; 18. Rescuing human rights from proportionality / Guglielmo Verdirame ; Pt. III. Canonical and contested human rights ; 19. Free speech as an inverted right and democratic persuasion / Corey Brettschneider ; 20. Free speech and "democratic persuasion" : a response to Brettschneider / Larry Alexander ; 21. Freedom of religion in a secular world / Lorenzo Zucca ; 22. Religious liberty conceived as a human right / Robert Audi ; 23. The right to security / Liora Lazarus ; 24. Rights and security for human rights sceptics / Victor Tadros ; 25. Self-determination and the human right to democracy / Thomas Christiano ; 26. A human right to democracy? / Fabienne Peter ; 27. The content of the human right to health / Jonathan Wolff ; 28. Do we have a human right to the political determinants of health? / Kimberley Brownlee ; 29. A moral inconsistency argument for a basic human right to subsistence / Elizabeth Ashford ; 30. The force of subsistence rights / Charles R. Beitz ; Pt. IV. Human rights : concerns and alternatives ; 31. The relativity and ethnocentricity of human rights / James Griffin ; 32. Human needs, human rights / Massimo Renzo ; 33. Liberty rights and the limits of liberal democracy / Jiwei Ci ; 34. Human rights without the human good? A reply to Jiwei Ci / Simon Hope ; 35. Care and human rights / Virginia Held ; 36. Care and human rights : a reply to Virginia Held / Susan Mendus ; 37. Human rights in Kantian mode : a sketch / Katrin Flikschuh ; 38. Why there cannot be a truly Kantian theory of human rights / Andrea Sangiovanni
Résumé
Présentation de l'éditeur : "What makes something a human right? What is the relationship between the moral foundations of human rights and human rights law? What are the difficulties of appealing to human rights? This book offers the first comprehensive survey of current thinking on the philosophical foundations of human rights. Divided into four parts, this book focusses firstly on the moral grounds of human rights, for example in our dignity, agency, interests or needs. 'Secondly, it looks at the implications that different moral perspectives on human rights bear for human rights law and politics. Thirdly, it discusses specific and topical human rights including freedom of expression and religion, security, health and more controversial rights such as a human right to subsistence. The final part discusses nuanced critical and reformative views on human rights from feminist, Kantian and relativist perspectives among others. The essays represent new and canonical research by leading scholars in the field. Each part is comprised of a set of essays and replies, offering a comprehensive analysis of different positions within the debate in question.The introduction from the editors will guide researchers and students navigating the diversity of views on the philosophical foundations of human rights."
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978-0-19-968862-3
0-19-968862-1
978-0-19-968863-0
0-19-968863-X
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