FAITH AND LAW: THE MORAL PRESUPPOSITIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS DISCOURSE
United Nations Building and the flags in Geneva Switzerland
Today everybody claims to be for human rights. People radically disagree, however, about what human rights there are. Can disagreements of this sort be adjudicated? Professor Robert P. George argues that it requires an examination of the moral presuppositions of human rights discourse itself.
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