How have human rights been affirmed in Europe?
Which traditions and historical facts have influenced the production of constitutional and international documents determining the content of human rights?
Starting from a reconstructive perspective, this book offers a multifaceted vision of how human rights can be understood today in Europe. Thus, it becomes clear that a complex web of disciplines, themes and methodologies is necessary in order to elaborate possible policy indications regarding current international political challenges.
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|data pubblicazione: ||Gennaio 2006|