Bibliography, etc. Note
Bibliography: pages 135-141.
Formatted Contents Note
Ch.1. Human Rights-The Problem and Its Scope The Fight Against Deprivation A Comprehensive Problem Ch.2. The Functional Element-Man Ch.3. The Origin and Development of Human Rights Ch.4. Codification and Institutionalization of Human Rights Ch.5. Obstacles and Opposition to Human Rights Ch.6. Judeo-Christian Approaches to Human Rights Positive Contributions of Christianity and Judaism Value and Dignity of the Human Person Ethical Norms of Interpersonal Relations Judaism and Christianity Condemn Injustice Religion, The Civil State, and Human Rights Religion and Social Justice Religion and Conscience Ch.7. Theoretical-Speculative Approaches to Rights The Classical Patrimony The Enlightenment Nineteenth Century Changes Ch.8. Duties and Obligations as Concomitants of Rights Ch.9. Human Rights and the Future The New Knowledge and its Applications Planning Complex But Functional Man Conditions Plan The Options and Alternatives Ch.10. Summary and Conclusions.
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