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Mänskliga rättigheter i konflikt och samspel med religion – en mångbottnad historia

Andersson, Dan-Erik LU (2013) In Religionens offentlighet. Om religionens plats i samhället p.183-204
Abstract
The history of Human Rights (HR) is often a story of success, where different obstacles have been overcome and the UN declaration of HR from 1948 marks the end of a centuries long struggle with different forces that has been against the fulfillment. In my article I question the often over-simplified understanding of the emergence of human rights standards and argue out of HR and religion that the relation is to say the least multi-layered.
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Religionens offentlighet. Om religionens plats i samhället
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Stenström, Hanna
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183 - 204
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Artos & Norma
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978-91-7580-662-4
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English
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