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Here in a nutshell readers may find a description of the most important characteristics of human rights, and a clear and concise discussion of the problem of making human rights real and not just hypothetical. Building on definitions of human rights used by the United Nations and other international bodies, the author describes the main characteristics of the system of hum ...more
Paperback, 204 pages
Published March 28th 2007 by Algora Publishing (first published November 28th 2006)
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I obtained my PhD at the University of Brussels, have written numerous OpEd articles in leading Belgian newspapers, specialized articles in philosophical periodicals, and three books.
I also write poetry but haven't tried to publish it yet.
I'm currently employed by the research and statistics directorate of the Belgian Central Bank, I am a regular guest speaker at conferences and universities and
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“One cannot fail to notice the inconsistency of those rejecting human rights: their rejection takes place in the public square created by human rights. It is difficult to reject human rights without using them.” 18 likes
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