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2017 | 4 | 193-212
Article title

Value problem in perception of sustainable development in international public law

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Title variants
PL
Problem wartości w postrzeganiu zrównoważonego rozwoju w międzynarodowym prawie publicznym
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Abstracts
EN
In this article, normative perception of sustainable development is problematized in its value content. The aim is to focus inner logic which makes this concept so difficult to define in practice. The value content of sustainable development is observed in its substantive legal aspects, international administrative practice and in the framework of its national administration, as the contexts of perception. We find that underlying values are related to human development, human rights and equitable social organisation, and the reflection of the knowledge about the connection between human activities, the environment and natural resources and economic growth. Also, sustainable development is a historical category, concerning the need for fairness in the allocation of resources and meeting basic needs for all, but some methods of its global contextualization destabilise fairness. We conclude that sustainable development today needs redefining in value terms, based on distributive justice.
PL
W niniejszym artykule problematyzowane jest normatywne postrzeganie zrównoważonego rozwoju pod kątem wartości. Autorzy zastanawiają się, dlaczego koncepcja ta jest tak trudna do zdefiniowania w praktyce. Wartości w zrównoważonym rozwoju są obserwowane w jego rzeczowych aspektach prawnych, międzynarodowej praktyce administracyjnej oraz w ramach międzynarodowej administracji, jako konteksty postrzegania. Odkrywamy, że ukryte wartości są związane z rozwojem człowieka, prawami człowieka, sprawiedliwą organizacją społeczną oraz odbiciem wiedzy na temat powiązań pomiędzy czynnościami człowieka, środowiskiem, zasobami naturalnymi i wzrostem ekonomicznym. Ponadto zrównoważony rozwój jest kategorią historyczną związaną z potrzebą sprawiedliwości w zakresie alokowania zasobów oraz spełniania podstawowych potrzeb wszystkich ludzi, choć niektóre metody tej globalnej kontekstualizacji destabilizują uczciwość. Stwierdzamy, że zrównoważony rozwój potrzebuje obecnie przedefiniowania w zakresie wartości w oparciu o sprawiedliwość dystrybutywną.
Year
Volume
4
Pages
193-212
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Dates
published
2017-07-24
Contributors
  • John Naisbitt University, New Belgrade
  • Academy of National Security, Belgrade
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