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Revisiting the origins of human rights

Revisiting the origins of human rights (2회 대출)

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단행본
개인저자
Slotte, Pamela. Halme, Miia.
서명 / 저자사항
Revisiting the origins of human rights / edited by Pamela Slotte and Miia Halme-Tuomisaari.
발행사항
Cambridge ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   c2015   (2018 printing).  
형태사항
xx, 398 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9781107107649 (hbk.) 9781107514911 (pbk.)
요약
"This book explores these questions through a collective effort by history, law, theology and anthropology scholars. Rather than entities with an absolute, predefined 'essence', this book conceptualizes human rights as open-ended and ambiguous entities. It taps into recent 'revisionist' debates, and asks: what do we really know of the history of human rights?"--
내용주기
Machine generated contents note: 1. Revisiting the origins of human rights: introduction Miia Halme-Tuomisaari and Pamela Slotte; Part I. Foundations: Antiquity to the Enlightenment: 2. Human rights in antiquity? Revisiting anachronism and Roman law Jacob Giltaij and Kaius Tuori; 3. Medieval natural rights discourse Virpi Ma;kinen; 4. Human rights and the Thomist tradition Annabel Brett; Part II. Pluralities of Discourses and Rights: The Enlightenment and Single-issue Causes in the Nineteenth Century: 5. Revolutionary rights Lynn Hunt; 6. Giuseppe Mazzini in (and beyond) the history of human rights Samuel Moyn; 7. Constituting the Imperial community: rights, common good, and authority in Britain's Atlantic empire, 1607-1815 Lauren Benton and Aaron Slater; 8. Human rights discourse in women's rights conventions in the United States, 1848-70 Kathryn Kish Sklar; 9. The peace movement and human rights Martin Ceadel; 10. Socialism and the language of rights: the origins and implications of economic rights Gregory Claeys; Part III. Institutional Practices and Relations of Rights: Toward the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: 11. Andre; Mandelstam and the internationalization of human rights (1869-1949) Dzovinar Ke;vonian; 12. From League of Nations mandates to decolonization: a brief history of rights Taina Tuori; 13. 'Blessed are the peacemakers': Christian internationalism, ecumenical voices and the quest for human rights Pamela Slotte; 14. Lobbying for relevance: American internationalists, French civil libertarians and the UDHR Miia Halme-Tuomisaari; 15. The Cold War and the rise of an American conception of human rights, 1945-8 Olivier Barsalou; 16. Afterword Conor Gearty.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Human rights.
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520 ▼a "This book explores these questions through a collective effort by history, law, theology and anthropology scholars. Rather than entities with an absolute, predefined 'essence', this book conceptualizes human rights as open-ended and ambiguous entities. It taps into recent 'revisionist' debates, and asks: what do we really know of the history of human rights?"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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목차

Foreword	
History of human rights as political intervention in the present   Martti Koskenniemi	
1	    Revisiting the origins of human rights: introduction   Miia Halme-Tuomisaari and Pamela Slotte	
Part I	Foundations: Antiquity to the Enlightenment	
2	    Human rights in antiquity? Revisiting anachronism and Roman law   Jacob Giltaij and Kaius Tuori	
3	    Medieval natural rights discourse   Virpi Mäkinen	
4	    Human rights and the Thomist tradition   Annabel Brett	
Part II	Pluralities of Discourses and Rights: The Enlightenment and Single-issue Causes in the Nineteenth Century	
5	    Revolutionary rights   Lynn Hunt	
6	    Giuseppe Mazzini in (and beyond) the history of human rights   Samuel Moyn	
7	    Constituting the Imperial community: rights, common good, and authority in Britain''s Atlantic empire, 1607-1815   Lauren Benton and Aaron Slater	
8	    Human rights discourse in women''s rights conventions in the United States, 1848-70   Kathryn Kish Sklar	
9	    The peace movement and human rights   Martin Ceadel	
10	    Socialism and the language of rights: the origins and implications of economic rights   Gregory Claeys	
Part III	Institutional Practices and Relations of Rights: Toward the Universal Declaration of Human Rights	
11	    André Mandelstam and the internationalization of human rights (1869-1949) Dzovinar Kévonian	
12	    From League of Nations mandates to decolonization: a brief history of rights   Taina Tuori	
13	    ''Blessed are the peacemakers'': Christian internationalism, ecumenical voices and the quest for human rights   Pamela Slotte	
14	    Lobbying for relevance: American internationalists, French civil libertarians and the UDHR Miia   Halme-Tuomisaari	
15	    The Cold War and the rise of an American conception of human rights, 1945-8   Olivier Barsalou	
16	    Afterword   Conor Gearty

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