Theory of rights

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THEORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS – BEHAVIORAL, SOCIAL AND NORMATIVE APPROACHES

Peter Jambrek in collaboration and with a chapter by Jernej Letnar Černič

Leto izida: 2014

Založba: European Faculty of Law, Nova Gorica; Graduate School of Government and European Studies, Brdo pri Kranju

Zbirka: Collection Slovenia 1945–2015. Sovereignity, constitutionality and the future of Slovenia’s National System

Zvrst: pravo, politika, sociologija

Ključne besede: pravo, politka, sociologija, pravna ureditev, zakonodaja, človekove pravice, svoboščine, demokracija, ekonomija

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Opis

“The catalogue of human rights protected by the European Convention on Human Rights comprises the core civil and political rights of the Western liberal tradition, including several that are essential to a political understanding of democracy as a system of government that assigns legislative and executive decision-making authority…”

“…conflicts over the ensuing values and rights must somehow be resolved – by violent or peaceful, mediated or direct, judicial or alternative modes of dispute settlement…” Special attention is devoted to the two major and clearly juxtaposed domains – human dignity and gross violations of basic rights in general: “The question of the consequences and the prevention of structural and large-scale human rights violations is raised in view of the central value of respect for human dignity.

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