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Human Rights and World Public Order

The Basic Policies of an International Law of Human Dignity

Lung-chu Chen & Harold D. Lasswell & Myres S. McDougal

Human Rights and World Public Order

Human Rights and World Public Order

The Basic Policies of an International Law of Human Dignity

Human Rights and World Public Order

 

As a classic text of the New Haven School of International Law, this book explores human rights and international law in the broadest sense, taking into account social sciences research while embracing all values secured, or consequently fulfilled, or needed to thus be achieved.


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Beschrijving Human Rights and World Public Order

In 1980, Professors McDougal, Lasswell, and Chen published the original edition of Human Rights and World Public Order to present a "comprehensive framework of inquiry" from which to approach international human rights law, and international law, and inadequacies therein in the discourse of that time by combining theme, structure, method, and process. As a classic text of the New Haven School of International Law, this book explores human rights and
international law in the broadest sense, taking into account social sciences research while embracing all values secured, or consequently fulfilled, or needed to thus be achieved. The book endured as a lasting contribution that reframed human rights within the New Haven School tradition, and as a magnificent work
of scholarship freed from the confines of positivism and the static concerns of any one political or historical period.

Co-author Lung-chu Chen spearheaded the re-issuance of this venerable title, complete with a contemporary, fresh Introduction to unveil this work to a new generation of scholars, students, and practitioners of international law and human rights. This Introduction surveys the major developments in human rights since 1980, including many doctrines and concepts that have emerged since. It covers contemporary events to provide today's readers with the opportunity to contextualize the chapters and
to apply the book's framework to future endeavors.


ISBN
9780190882631
Pagina's
1112
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NUR
828
Druk
2
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP USA

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