Human Rights Theory and Human Rights History - A Tale of Two Odd Bedfellows

Author:Samantha Besson - Alain Zysset
Pages:204-219
SUMMARY

The burgeoning of recent publications on human rights shows how fashionable an object of study international human rights have become lately, and this especially among philosophers and historians. Curiously, however, given that joint development, human rights theorists and human rights historians seem to be following separate paths, without much interaction between them besides historians ‘showcas... (see full summary)


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