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Title Letters to the contrary : a curated history of the UNESCO human rights survey / edited and introduced by Mark Goodale
Published Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2018
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Series Stanford studies in human rights
Stanford studies in human rights.
Contents Cover; Contents; Foreword; A Technical Note on the Text; PART I: READING HUMAN RIGHTS HISTORY WITH A PERIOD EYE; Introduction; History: UNESCO in the Paradigmatic Transition; Interpretations: From a ""Hollow Sham"" to a ""Plurality of Cultural Values; PART II: KEY DOCUMENTS; Memorandum and Questionnaire Circulated by UNESCO on the Theoretical Bases of the Rights of Man; The Grounds of an International Declaration of Human Rights; Foreword and Introduction to Human Rights, Comments and Interpretations, UNESCO 1949; Foreword; Introduction
BEYOND EGOTISTIC MAN: COMMUNIST, SOCIALIST, AND SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC CHALLENGESThe Rights of Man; On Human Rights; Towards a Universal Declaration of Human Rights; The Rights of Man in Liberalism, Socialism and Communism; Comparison of Soviet and Western Democratic Principles, with Special Reference to Human Rights; The Conception of the Rights of Man in the U.S.S.R. Based on Official Documents; Human Rights in the World Today; Declaration on the Rights of Man; Untitled; Contribution to Discussion on Declaration of Human Rights; Economic and Social Rights of Man; RIGHTS IN A SACRED UNIVERSE
PART III: THE UNESCO HUMAN RIGHTS SURVEY: RESPONSES, REFUSALS, CORRESPONDENCELIBERALISM FROM THE ASHES; A Fragment of Thoughts Concerning the Nature and the Fulfilment of Human Rights; The Philosophic Bases and Material Circumstances of the Rights of Man; Relationship Between Different Categories of Human Rights; On the Draft Convention and ""Universal Declaration of the Rights of Man; Comments on the Basic Human Rights; A World Bill of Rights; Memorandum on the Rights of Man for the Commission on Human Rights of the United Nations
Philosophical Examination of Human RightsSome Reflections on the Rights of Man; Grammatical Analysis of the Rights of Man; Some Fundamental Ideas for the United Nations' Declaration of the Rights of Man; THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN DUTIES; A Letter Addressed to the Director-General of UNESCO; Human Rights in the Chinese Tradition; Reflections on Human Rights; Reply to the Questionnaire on the Rights of Man; Memorandum on the Rights of Man; Untitled; THE TECHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE FUTURE; Science and the Rights of Man; The Rights of Man and the Facts of the Human Situation
The Rights of Man: A Biological ApproachRights and Duties Concerning Creative Expression, in Particular in Science; UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS IN A COLONIAL WORLD; The Rights of Man and the Islamic Tradition; The Rights of Primitive Peoples; Human Freedoms and Hindu Thinking; The Rights of Dependent Peoples; HUMAN RIGHTS AS HISTORY AND PRACTICE; The Future of Liberalism; Reflections on Some Declarations of the Rights of Man; Toward a Bill of Rights for the United Nations; The Rights of Man; Amended Project for a Declaration of the Rights of Persons and Collectivities
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Unesco -- History -- Sources.
United Nations. General Assembly. Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- History -- Sources.
Human rights -- History -- Sources.
Genre/Form History.
Sources.
Form Electronic book
Author Goodale, Mark, editor
LC no. 2017041867
ISBN 1503605353 (electronic bk.)
9781503605350 (electronic bk.)
(cloth ;) (alk. paper)