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Arend Soeteman (Ed.)

Pluralism and Law

Proceedings of the 20th IVR World Congress Amsterdam, 2001
Vol. 1: Justice

1. Auflage 2003.

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ISBN 978-3-515-08327-0

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Contents:

Arend Soeteman: Introduction – Edmund Abegg: Justice and the Intrinsic Value of Humans – Caridad Velarde: Universalism in Contemporary Human Rights Theory – Marijan Pavcnik: Gleichheit als rechtlicher Kern der Gerechtigkeit, Gerechtigkeitsmaßstäbe und Recht – José Rubio-Carracedo: Differentiated Universalization of Human Rights – Ashok Gaur: Human Rights: Dimensions and Challenges – Martin Borowski: Religious Freedom as a Fundamental Legal Right, A Rawlsian Perspective – Jörg Paul Müller: Is freedom of conscience still a topic? – Burton M. Leiser: The Right to Immigrate and the Right to Exclude Immigrants – J.W. Harris: Rights and Resources – Libertarians and the Right to Life – Hans-Rudolf Horn: The Scope of Human and Social Rights in the Global Economic System – Isabel Trujillo Pérez: Partiality and Distributive Justice – Haig Khatchadourian: Merit as a Canon of Distributive Justice – Francesco Biondo: Conception of the person and currency of distributive justice in Van Parijs and Sen – Carlos Kohn Wacher: Hannah Arendt’s Concept of Solidarity as a Criticism to Liberalism – Mikko Wennberg: Contract Law as a Response to Contract Failures: When Contracting Fails? – Hendrik Kaptein: Just Criminal Lawyers? Professional ethics and problems of punitive justice: restorative perspectives – Joan McGregor: The Law’s Treatment of Rape as Expressing the Inequality of Women – David A. Reidy: The Justification of Hate Crimes Laws: The Argument from Group-Based Oppression – Alexandra George: The Problem of Property in Human Body Parts – Laura Palazzani: Person and Human Being in Bioethics and Biolaw – Jan Swanepoel: The Equality Jurisprudence Developed by South Africa’s Constitutional Court since 1994 – Nikolas Roos: Fundamental Rights, European Identity and Law as a Way to Survive

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