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by Hans-Christian Gunther,Andrea A Robiglio
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Hans-Christian Gunther,Andrea A Robiglio
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    9004184244
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    978-9004184244
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    Brill Academic Pub (August 31, 2010)
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    514 pages
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    Politics & Government
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The present volumes unites papers which explore the European image of god and man as the unquestioned basis of the concept which determines what western society defines as human rights and puts it in an intercultural context by comparative essays on chinese, islamic and buddhist thinking. The volume covers issues which range from classical antiquity until contemporary philosophy and science.

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A Contribution to the Debate on Human Rights. The present volumes unites papers which explore the European image of god and man as the unquestioned basis of the concept which determines what western society defines as human rights and puts it in an intercultural context by comparative essays on chinese, islamic and. Philosophy buddhist thinking.

The Universal Declaration on Human Rights was pivotal in popularizing the use . Man’s mind, on the contrary, is developed by study and reection. Being in the image of God the human individual possesses the dignity of a person, who is not just something, but someone.

The Universal Declaration on Human Rights was pivotal in popularizing the use of ‘dignity’ or ‘human dignity’ in human rights discourse. This article argues that the use of ‘dignity’, beyond a basic minimum core, does not provide a universalistic, principled basis for judicial decision-making in the human rights context, in the sense that there is little common under-standing of what dignity requires substantively within or across jurisdictions.

The article deals with some problems of court translation, the right to which is provided by the European Convention of Human Rights and other legislations. The translation challenges appear at all stages of the court proceeding, ranging from submitting documents to judgment delivering. Translators and interpreters’ competences are outlined. Translation performs important functions in communication of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights to the European Council member States and in conducting comparative studies of national and European legislations.

International human rights law is considered a post-World War II.They have no enforcement powers.

International human rights law is considered a post-World War II phenomenon. The very important mechanism of protection of human rights was created according to the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms – European Court of Human Rights.

The European Convention on Human Rights, drafted in response to the horrors of the Second World War, followed soon after

The European Convention on Human Rights, drafted in response to the horrors of the Second World War, followed soon after. Today that small bundle of vital protections is incorporated into British law by our very own Human Rights Act (1998) – which, in a way, could be seen as a modern day Magna Carta. If the Great Charter’s principal lesson is that no power is absolute, the Human Rights Act honours that legacy by exercising constraint over an increasingly authoritarian executive. Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The present volumes unites papers which explore the European image of god in an intercultural context. They range from classical antiquity to contemporary philosophy and science.