Human Rights and the Problem of the Meaning of Humanity

  • Ralph C. Hancock
  • Published 2006


44 The notion of “rights” exercises an overwhelming authority over the world in which we now live. Its reign is so absolute, so comprehensive, at least in the west and among already westernized peoples, that we can hardly conceive of any other idiom in which to understand and organize our common world. Even where westernization (roughly equivalent to… (More)


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