Universal Declaration

Posted by John Sommers on 3rd March 2017 in General

The History of the human right Humanos.Os Rights is the basic rights and freedoms of all the human beings. Normally the concept of human rights has the idea also of expression and thought freedom, and the equal protection of law. The Universal Declaration of the Rights of the Man of the Organization of United Nations affirms: All the human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Endowed with reason and conscience, ones must act stops with the others in fraternity spirit. The idea of human rights has origin in the philosophical concept of natural laws that would be attributed by 2 Gods ; some support that it would not have no difference between the human rights and the natural laws and see in the distinct nomenclature labels for one same idea.

Others argue to be necessary to keep separate terms to eliminate the association with characteristics normally related with the natural laws. 3, being John Locke perhaps the most important philosopher to develop this theory 4. One exists important debate on the cultural origin of the human rights. Generally if it considers that they have its root in the culture modern occidental person, but exist the least more two main positions. Some affirm that all the cultures possess vises of dignity that if are a form of human rights, and make reference the announcements as the Letter of Mandn, of 1222, fundacional declaration of the Empire of Mal. Not obstante, nor in Japanese nor in classic snscrito, for example, the right term existed until contacts with the culture had been produced occidental person, since these cultures had traditionally placed one weight in the duties. They also exist who conside that the Ocidente did not create the idea nor the concept of the human rights, despite if a concrete way systemize them, a gradual quarrel and the project of a human legal philosophy.

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