les Droits humains sont-ils universels ?

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  • Simone ZURBUCHEN

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54695/jib.21.04.3355

Mots-clés:

Fundamental rights of the persons, Philosophical foundations.

Résumé

It is often held that the universality of human rights can best be defended on the
basis of the idea of an “overlapping consensus”. This paper contends that some
of the most prominent philosophical human rights conceptions that have recently
been proposed (“basis-driven” conceptions) cannot be reconciled with this idea.
It is however possible to sketch an alternative strategy for defending the
universality of human rights

Publiée

2010-12-01

Comment citer

Simone ZURBUCHEN. (2010). les Droits humains sont-ils universels ?. Journal International De bioéthique Et d’éthique Des Sciences, 21(04), 10. https://doi.org/10.54695/jib.21.04.3355

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