“Western” Versus “Islamic” Human Rights Conceptions?

@article{Bielefeldt2000WesternV,
  title={“Western” Versus “Islamic” Human Rights Conceptions?},
  author={Heiner Bielefeldt},
  journal={Political Theory},
  year={2000},
  volume={28},
  pages={121 - 90}
}
Au-dela de l'alternative entre le relativisme et l'imperialisme culturels, l'A. etudie le moyen de preserver l'universalite des droits de l'homme tout en faisant place a la diversite des interpretations culturelles et religieuses. Rejetant la position essentialiste, l'A. confronte la tradition occidentale issue de l'histoire de l'Europe et de son ideal d'emancipation, d'une part, a la tradition islamique revendiquant un pragmatisme humanitaire dans l'esprit de la sharia, d'autre part. 
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