This volume examines issues raised by the fundamental claim that there are rights belonging to human beings merely by virtue of the fact that they are human. Topics covered include: perspectives on the Bill of Rights; rights and justice; rights, technology, and medicine; rights, ideology, and social theory; rights and freedom; rights, ethnicity, and diversity in the world community. The contributions are taken from selected papers given at a conference on the Bill of Rights sponsored by the North American Society for Social Philosophy in Colorado Springs, Summer 1991.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 436
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