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Human Rights and Human Diversity : An Essay in the Philosophy of Human Rights - A. J. M. Milne

Human Rights and Human Diversity

An Essay in the Philosophy of Human Rights

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Preface
Introduction
Objections to the idea of human rights
Human rights as a minimum standard
Morality
Rules, Principles and Conduct
Rules
Principles
Law and morality
Morality and Society
What morality is
The social basis of morality
On a community's interest and its moral implications
Moral Universality and Moral Diversity (i)
Why moral diversity cannot be total
Analysis of 'justice' as 'fair treatment'
Exposition of the moral principles of community
Common morality and particular morality
Moral Diversity (ii): Religion and Ideology
Religion
Ideology
Morality and the 'Categorical Imperative'
Exposition and criticism of the 'Categorical Imperative'
Kant's humanity principle as the basis for a universal minimum moral standard
Rights
The Idea of Rights (i)
Analysis and exposition of the concept of a right
Hohfeld on the concept of a right
The Idea of Rights (ii): On the Sources and Significance of Social Rights
Positive law and morality as sources of rights
Custom as a source of rights
On the significance and limitations of rights
The Idea of Rights (iii): Human Rights
Exposition of human rights as universal minimum moral rights: first stage
Exposition of human rights as universal minimum moral rights: second stage
Implications and amplifications: first stage
Implications and amplifications: second stage
Human Rights and Politics
On the nature and significance of government
Political rights and human rights
Domestic politics and human rights
International relations and human rights
Notes
Index
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ISBN: 9780333406182
ISBN-10: 0333406184
Series: Essay in the Philosophy of Human Rights
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 186
Published: 21st September 1986
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.1 x 14.2  x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.4
Edition Number: 2