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Author: Elene Ladaria

debates about their ultimate legitimacy, as well as about the practical priorities that could be deduced from them. Here I will touch upon two contradictions which burden human rights. The first one concerns the claims arisen by human rights, whereas the second one is the one which dwells between two of

In: Menschenrechte und Menschenwürde im kulturellen Kontext
Author: Ludwig Siep

standpoint and with any coherent concept of right independent of divine and human grace. However, although these arguments can be worked out in more detail, the opposing position hardly contains a logical contradiction. And sometimes they openly challenge civilized emotions or fellow feelings with

In: Menschenrechte und Menschenwürde im kulturellen Kontext
Author: Nino Rodonaia

, Marxist-Leninists and Stalinists are in contradiction with Kant’s moral philosophy. The categorical imperative of Kant states that »So act that you use humanity, in your own person as well as in the person of any other, always at the same time as an end, never merely as a means«. 30 According to the

In: Menschenrechte und Menschenwürde im kulturellen Kontext

Contradictions of Rent-financed Development , Maghreb Review 14 ( 3/4 ) 1989 , S. 226 – 248 H. Elsenhans , Problems Central to Economic Policy Deregulation in Bangladesh , Internationales Asienforum 22 ( 3/4 ) 1991 , S. 259 – 286 H. Elsenhans , Rent, State and the Market

In: Migration: Globale Bewegungsfreiheit oder nationale Grenzen?

cases and general considerations. Through this process of revision and mutual adjustment of each of these elements, an acceptable coherence – equilibrium – among them is reached. It is important to note that an acceptable coherence does not just mean that there is no contradiction between statements

In: Menschenrechte und Menschenwürde im kulturellen Kontext