An Interview with Stephen Hopgood on the Endtimes of Human Rights

An Interview with Stephen Hopgood on the Endtimes of Human Rights

The convention of UN Human Rights has two or three elements. One is that there’s been a sort of progressive history towards more individual liberal freedoms. Some people date this back several thousand years, but mainly the revolutions of the 18th century, French and American revolutions, the anti-slave trade movement, and then up into the […]

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Introduction to Human Rights | Lesson 7: “Civil and Political Rights II”

Introduction to Human Rights | Lesson 7: “Civil and Political Rights II”

This is the second lesson, out of three lessons of this course devoted to civil and political rights. In this lesson we will deal with the issue of cultural relativity by touching on six points. As mentioned in the previous lesson, civil and political rights have their theoretical and historical origins in the West, specifically […]

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