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2018 | 73 | 4 | 318 – 328
Article title

JÁNUSOVSKÁ TVÁR ĽUDSKÝCH PRÁV: MEDZI ĽUDSKOU DÔSTOJNOSŤOU A PRÁVOM MAŤ PRÁVA. NA MARGO TROCH KNÍH O PROBLEMATIKE ĽUDSKÝCH PRÁV

Authors
Title variants
EN
Janusian face of human rights: Between human dignity and the right to have rights (Remarks on three books on human rights)
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
On the background of three related books, the article deals with the concept of humans rights as well as the key conceptual controversies concerning the latter. Three main aspects of human rights are underlined: philosophical, juridical and political ones. The relevance of the concepts of a person, human dignity and an autonomous subject appears clearly in the author's considerations. Further, postulating the universality of human rights unveils the vice of the liberal conception of human rights. Considered is also the tension between the idea of human rights, their institutional background and warranties in international context, where they are often purpose built and power-politically instrumentalized.
Year
Volume
73
Issue
4
Pages
318 – 328
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Contributors
  • Katedra filozofie FF UMB, Banská Bystrica, Slovak Republic
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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