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Human Rights

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Human Rights
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Vicente Barretto UERJ/UGF Les fondements éthiques des droits de l’homme FrenchS.gif (989 bytes)
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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