6 edition of The tension between group rights and human rights found in the catalog.
The tension between group rights and human rights
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Koen de Feyter and George Pavlakos.|
|Series||Human rights law in perspective -- v. 13|
|Contributions||Feyter, K. de, Pavlakos, George.|
|LC Classifications||K3240 .T46 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 312 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||2009286031|
The Philosophy of Human Rights by Gerhard Ernst, Jan-Christoph Heilinger - De Gruyter Open, The book identifies two major issues that call for conceptual clarification in order to better understand human rights claims: the question of how to justify human rights and the tension between universal normative claims and particular moralities. Start studying Anthro. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. The belief that all rights and wrongs are relative to time, place, and culture, such that no moral judgments of behavior can be made There is sometimes tension between _____ and human rights. cultural relativism.
“Within a system which denies the existence of basic human rights, fear tends to be the order of the day. Fear of imprisonment, fear of torture, fear of death, fear of losing friends, family, property or means of livelihood, fear of poverty, fear of isolation, fear of failure. The western reading of human rights which has been present in fomulating the Universal Declarations of Human Rights has been used in the most particular aspects of human life such as dressing, the relation between men and women and civil law and sought to organize the most particular social conduct on this basis regardless of the fact that the.
Others do not claim that all minority cultural groups should have special rights, but rather that such groups—even illiberal ones, that violate their individual members' rights, requiring them to conform to group beliefs or norms—have the right to be "let alone" in a liberal society.4 Both claims seem clearly inconsistent with the basic. Why Human Rights Need Faith. The issue here is whether human rights might be regarded as self-driven and sustained in the sense of a connected worldview in which the belief in universal human dignity is grounded. In this regard, a distinction may be made between religion and faith. The term religion stems from the Latin religio in the sense of.
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About The Tension Between Group Rights and Human Rights The discussion of group rights, while always a part of the human rights discourse, has been gaining importance in the past decade. This discussion, which remains fundamental to a full realisation by the international community of its international human rights goals, requires careful.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: In defence of a multidisciplinary approach to human rights / Koen De Feyter --On the sociological instrumentality of human rights and minority rights / Gerrit-Bartus Dielissen --Human rights and the anthropological perspectives on the dynamics of cultural differences / M.
Get this from a library. The tension between group rights and human rights: a multidisciplinary approach. [K de Feyter; George Pavlakos;] -- The discussion of group rights, while always a part of the human rights discourse, has been gaining importance in the past decade.
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However, tensions between categories of and perspectives on rights present significant obstacles to the acceptance of — much less the realization of — universal human rights. Major ideological conflicts include: positive vs. negative rights; rights vs. duties; individual vs. group rights; and the problem of universality as Western imperialism.
A group right is a right possessed by a group qua group rather than by its members severally. It contrasts with a right held by an individual person as an individual. An example of a commonly asserted group right is the right of a nation or a people to be self-determining.
If there is such a right, it is a right possessed and exercised by a. Democratization and the Protection of Human Rights: Challenges and Contradictions offers a critical examination of some of the currently accepted beliefs and practices concerning the relationship between democracy, human rights and development.
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Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide. Human rights flow from the individual to the group rather than the other way around, i.e. identity is defined through individual characteristics, not group membership. However, despite this traditional focus on individual rights, protections for groups have become increasingly accepted in.
Minority rights and the tension between the collective and individual approach Steven van Duijvendijk. Introduction The most vulnerable persons in need of protection often belong to.
Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement; that is, rights are the fundamental normative rules about what is allowed of people or owed to people according to some legal system, social convention, or ethical theory.
Rights are of essential importance in such disciplines as law and ethics, especially theories of justice and deontology.
Human rights is a concept that first emerged in the twentieth century. The rise of sovereignty increased focus on human rights. Human rights issues have risen to greater prominence in international politics over the last century.
There is a clear base for human rights in religious texts. All countries follow modern human rights. When Congress passed the Johnson-Era Civil Rights Acts, America began an unprecedented expansion of personal liberty that reached far beyond the black community.
For the first time ever, the meritocratic ideals that have always rested at the foundation of the American political experiment were backed by forceful Federal intervention.
The effects were. The tensions between group rights and individual rights are the subject of ongoing debate.
Problems arise, however, when this distinction is obscured: when the discussion is framed solely in terms of bland terms like tolerance or multiculturalism, rather than in recognition of this fundamental trade-off.
understanding of the complex and multifaceted relationship between human rights and terrorism. It identifies some of the critical human rights issues raised in the context of terrorism and highlights the relevant human rights principles and standards which must be respected at all times and in particular in the context of counter-terrorism.
They later express this conflict as one between “group rights and individual rights” (). Earlier in the book, they also offer some theoretical reasons for concern about group-differentiated rights: Morgan and Guthrie claim that power-sharing “risks causing” division and may incentivise difference ().
Fichte and the Jews: A Case of Tension between Civil Rights and Human Rights Paul R. Sweet Michigan State University The stimulus for this reexamination of Fichte and the Jews comes from Paul Lawrence Rose's Revolutionary Antisemitism in Germany: From Kant to Wagner (Princeton University Press, ), a book broad in scope and rich in.
Sevincer V., Biseth H. () Tension between National Citizenship and Human Rights. In: Biseth H., Holmarsdottir H.B. (eds) Human Rights in the Field of Comparative Education.
Comparative and International Education (A Diversity of Voices), vol Author: Vedat Sevincer, Heidi Biseth. Maxine Rubin is a PhD candidate at the University of Cape Town’s Department of Political Studies.
Her research examines the relationship between African states and the International Criminal Court. She was awarded the Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa Fellowship for Dissertation Proposal Development (), the Oppenheimer Memorial Trust Author: Maxine Rubin.
The relationship between religion and human rights is both complex and inextricable. While most of the world's religions have supported violence, repression, and.
No discussion of the human rights abuses embedded in animal-based consumption would be complete without a mention of leather.
Many use leather products without any consciousness of a tension between what they are doing and human rights abuses.leadership on human rights issues.2 There are particular tensions between religious liberty and the accepted norms that prohibit discrimination on the grounds of gender and sexual orientation.
3 In this article, we examine how the tension between religious liberty Cited by: 2.examine the tensions between human rights and state sovereignty, the challenges to the universality of human rights, the enumeration of rights recognized by the international community, and the means available to translate the high aspirations of human rights into practice.
II. Human rights in ethics, law and social activism.