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by Filip Spagnoli

eBook Making Human Rights Real ePub
Author: Filip Spagnoli
Language: English
ISBN: 0875865690
ISBN13: 978-0875865690
Publisher: Algora Publishing (April 2, 2007)
Pages: 204
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 689
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ePub file: 1187 kb
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Where most human rights books for the nonspecialist focus on specific instances of rights abuses, this work . Filip Spagnoli obtained his PhD at the University of Brussels.

Where most human rights books for the nonspecialist focus on specific instances of rights abuses, this work provides a more general approach focused on the logic in the system of human rights. He has written numerous OpEd articles in leading Belgian newspapers and specialized articles in philosophical periodicals, and two books, Homo Democraticus, On the Universal Desirability but the Not So Universal Possibility of Democracy and Human Rights (2003); and Democratic Imperialism, A Practical Guide, 2004).

Making Human Rights Real, eBook escrito por Filip Spagnoli. Lee este libro con la aplicación Google Play Libros en tu ordenador o tus dispositivos Android o iOS. Descárgalo para leerlo sin conexión, resalta contenido, añade marcadores o toma notas mientras lees Making Human Rights Real. The most important characteristics of human rights are enumerated in a clear and concise discussion that analyzes the problem of making human rights real, and not just hypothetical, worldwide

Home Browse Books Book details, Real Human Rights. First, let’s consider the status of the narrative contained in this book and more in general the relationship between truth and politics.

Home Browse Books Book details, Real Human Rights. The thoughts on human rights and democracy that I will present here are mere proposals and attempts. I do not pretend to proclaim the truth about rights and democracy. If there is any truth in the world at all, it is probably not in the domain of politics, morality and values.

Making Human Rights Real. Filip Spagnoli obtained his PhD at the University of Brussels

Making Human Rights Real. He has written numerous OpEd articles in leading Belgian newspapers, specialized articles in philosophical periodicals, and two books through Cambridge Scholars Press and two through Algora Publishing.

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Filip Spagnoli is the author of ‘Making Human Rights Real’. His writing frequently combines political with statistical analysis.

Here in a nutshell readers may find a description of the most important characteristics of human rights, and a clear and concise discussion of the problem of making human rights real and not just hypothetical. Building on definitions of human rights used by the United Nations and other international bodies, the author describes the main characteristics of the system of human rights (universality, interdependence, differences between types of rights, absolute or limited rights, the subjects of rights - individuals or groups, the link between rights and the judicial system and between rights and democracy). He then discusses some of the instruments we can use to promote respect for human rights, the means by which we might make these rights real for a greater portion of humanity. Along the way, he analyzes some of the related controversies regarding sovereignty, international intervention, and globalization and questions of cultural imperialism as they bear upon human rights. Do we have a right to impose rights - or to defend ourselves from such intervention? This systematic discussion presents a complex and difficult topic in an understandable framework accessible to the general public, and will stand as a useful foundation for readings of more specialized scientific, legal and philosophical works. Where most human rights books for the nonspecialist focus on specific instances of rights abuses, this work provides a more general approach focused on the logic in the system of human rights. * Filip Spagnoli obtained his PhD at the University of Brussels. He has written numerous OpEd articles in leading Belgian newspapers and specialized articles in philosophical periodicals, and two books, Homo Democraticus, On the Universal Desirability but the Not So Universal Possibility of Democracy and Human Rights (2003); and Democratic Imperialism, A Practical Guide, 2004). Employed by the research and statistics directorate of the Belgian Central Bank, Spagnoli is a guest speaker at conferences and universities and has participated in European Commission study visits to Eastern European countries with the aim of delivering statistical expertise and helping these countries to achieve membership of the European Union.
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