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|Author's Name||Affiliation||Paper Title|
|Vicente Barretto||UERJ/UGF||Les fondements éthiques des droits de lhomme|
|Jay Drydyk||Carleton University||Globalization and Multi-cultural Knowledge of Human Rights|
|Vasil Gluchman||Presov University||Humanity and Moral Rights|
|Elizabeth A. Linehan||St. Joseph's University||Executing the Innocent|
|Ruth Miller Lucier||Bennett College||Inalienable Rights: A Plea for Open Options|
|Antonio Perez-Estevez||Intercultural Dialoque and Human Rights: A latinamerican reading of Rawls The Law of Peoples|
|Alan S. Rosenbaum||Cleveland State University||Philosophical Reflections on Genocide and the Claim About the Uniqueness of the Holocaust|
|Dr. (Ms.) Rekha Singh||M.D.D.M. College||Status of Women in Indian Society|
|V. Torosian||Rossinsky Institute of Humanities, Krasnodar, Russia||Dangerous Illusion, Desperate Faith or Duty of Time?|
|Morton Winston||The College of New Jersey||On the Indivisibility and Interdependence of Human Rights|
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