Ius gentium (Dordrecht, Netherlands) ; v. 35. 1534-6781.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Human rights and human nature : introduction /Marion Albers, Thomas Hoffmann, and Jörn Reinhardt The double foundation of human rights in human nature /Corinna Mieth Human rights and human animals /Bernd Ludwig Human rights, human dignity, and the human life form /Thomas Hoffmann Rethinking human nature as a basis for human rights /Harun Tepe The relationship between human nature and human rights : the Confucian example /Mateusz Stępień The natural faculty of empathy as a basis for human rights /Frederik von Harbou Human rights and basic needs /Peter Schaber Human rights beyond naturalism /Arnd Pollmann Human rights, human nature, and the feasibility issue /Jörn Reinhardt How to protect "human nature" by human dignity, human rights or with "species-ethics" argumentations? /Georg Lohmann Species, potentiality and their manipulation /Markus Rothhaar Collection of human tissue samples in biobanks : challenges to human rights and human nature /Bianka S. Dörr The body, the law, and the market : public policy implications in a liberal state /Ingrid Schneider Should society guarantee individuals the right to maintain "normal functioning"? : a genetic minimalist approach in a globalized world /Tetsu Sakurai Enhancement, human nature, and human rights /Marion Albers.
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