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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Wheatley, Steven.
Title Statement
The idea of international human rights law / Steven Wheatley.
판사항
First edition.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford, United Kingdom ;   New York, NY :   Oxford University Press,   2019.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 215 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780198749844 (hardback)
Content Notes
What we mean when we talk about 'human rights' -- Complexity as a methodology in international law -- United Nations human rights law -- The core UN human rights treaty system -- Customary human rights law -- On the idea of human rights -- The idea of international human rights law.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human rights. International law and human rights.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Section	Section Description	Page Number
Introduction	p. 1
    Complexity Theory	p. 4
    Complexity Theory and Law	p. 6
    Complexity as a Methodology in International Law	p. 8
    The Argument from Complexity	p. 10
    The Structure of the Book	p. 12
1	What We Mean When We Talk about ''Human Rights''	p. 17
    The Debate on the History of Human Rights	p. 17
    On the Meaning(s) of ''Human Rights''	p. 21
    Moral Human Rights	p. 22
    The Political Conception of Human Rights I: The State and the Individual	p. 25
    Global Rights as a Secondary Concern	p. 28
    The Political Conception of Human Rights II: The State and Secondary Agents of Justice	p. 30
    The Importance of International Law	p. 33
    Conclusion	p. 34
2	Complexity as a Methodology in International Law	p. 37
    Systems Theory Thinking in International Law	p. 38
    The Closed Systems Theory of Autopoiesis	p. 39
    Why Not Autopoiesis?	p. 41
    Why Complexity?	p. 43
    Complexity Theory	p. 45
    The Application to International Law	p. 48
    The Self-Organization of the International Law System	p. 49
    The Emergence of International Law	p. 50
    Downward Causation: System Rules	p. 53
    Problem-Solving and Path Dependence in International Law	p. 55
    The Power of Events in International Law	p. 57
    Change in International Law	p. 59
    Attractors: The Power of Ideas in International Law	p. 61
    Conclusion	p. 63
3	United Nations Human Rights Law	p. 65
    The Invention of Human Rights	p. 65
    United Nations Human Rights Law	p. 68
    A Complex System of Regulatory Authority	p. 70
    The Powers of the United Nations on Human Rights	p. 73
    Evolution in the Charter System	p. 73
    The Four Phases of UN Regulation on Human Rights	p. 75
Phase 1	    Setting Standards: A Declaration on Human Rights	p. 76
Phase 2	    Targeting Apartheid in Southern Africa	p. 81
Phase 3	    Responding to ''Gross and Systematic'' Violations Everywhere	p. 85
Phase 4	    The Human Rights Council and ''All Human Rights for All''	p. 89
    Conclusion	p. 93
4	The Core UN Human Rights Treaty Systems	p. 95
    The Core UN Human Rights Treaties	p. 96
    The Human Rights Treaty Systems	p. 98
    The Interpretation of Human Rights Treaties	p. 107
    The Pro Homine Approach to Interpretation	p. 108
    Changes in the Treaty Over Time	p. 112
    Who is ''Master'' of the UN Human Rights Treaties?	p. 123
    Conclusion	p. 126
5	Customary Human Rights Law	p. 129
    Customary Human Rights Law	p. 130
    The Two-Element Approach	p. 133
    Stability and Change in Customary International Law	p. 139
    The Power of the Event of Apartheid South Africa	p. 141
    Customary Human Rights	p. 150
    Identifying Customary Human Rights Law	p. 156
    Conclusion	p. 158
6	On the Idea of Human Rights	p. 161
    On Human Rights	p. 162
    Making the Social World	p. 165
    Searle on Human Rights	p. 166
    Human Rights as Abstract (but Real) Entities	p. 168
    The Reality of Human Rights	p. 171
    The Five Moral Principles Underpinning Human Rights	p. 175
    A Dynamic Code	p. 180
    A Role for Secondary Agents of justice	p. 182
    Dystopia Avoidance and Utopia Promotion	p. 182
    Conclusion	p. 185
7	The Idea of International Human Rights Law	p. 189
    The Debate on Human Rights	p. 191
    Making Sense of Human Rights	p. 192
    On the Existence of ''Human Rights''	p. 195
    On International Human Rights Law	p. 196
    In Summary	p. 202
Selected Bibliography	p. 205
Index	p. 213

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