Essay heading: A brief history of human rights regulation

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Both Declarations upheld the existence of inalienable rights as an absolute truth, drawing on the philosophies of Locke and Kant, and Rousseau’s concept of the general will. As Cassese rightly points out, the language of the American and French Declarations is rooted in a particular model of ‘man’ and society...
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As Cassese rightly points out, the language of the American and French Declarations is rooted in a particular model of ‘man’ and society. ‘For those Declarations’, he writes, “man”.., is worthy of being called “man” only if he fulfils these conditions: to be free, equal, or have undisturbed enjoyment of his property, not to be oppressed by a tyrannous government and to be able freely to realize himself’...
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