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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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Human rights   Declarations of the Rights of Man   John Locke's Critique on President Bush's Preservation of Three Natural Rights: Life, Liberty, and Estate   Locke And The Rights Of Children   UN secretary General Kofi Annan once remarked that "the world cannot stand aside when gross and systematic violations of human rights are taking place". What is needed, he said, are "legitimate and universal principles" on which intervention can b...   A brief history of human rights regulation   human rights   human rights   Inalienable: Some Rights Belong to Everyone   John Locke: Property Rights   Locke and the Rights of Children   The Co-Existence of Public Order and Individual Rights   The Human Rights Act in the UK   The Impact of the Judicial Decision in the case of Rodriguez v. B.C. (Attorney General) on Canadian Law and the Rights of Citizens   What Are The Rights That Undivided Owners Enjoy And How Has The Enactment Of The Trusts Of Land And Appointment Of Trustees Act 1996 Affected Those Rights?  
 
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