DISCOURSES ON PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Discourses on Philosophy of Human Rightsis an endeavour to build on discourses on the normative philosophy of rights, interdisciplinary aspects, definitive meanings and basic issues. The conception is to offer basic philosophy, values, thinnkers’ role, their ideology, key events, issues, alternatives and imperatives in an affirmative sense.
This book is a sort of an experimental venture for the ‘moral evaluation of the self’ on philosophy of the rights of mankind. Basic definitions of simple/complex terms are presented and the terms are repeated to clarify underlying arguments to validate.
The author has made an attempts to make its readers rest assured that the combination of premise, narratives and rhetoric offered here would substantiate the discourse for the sake of discourse on human rights and to kep the debate alive.
Parshant Atkaan, Human Rights Defender.
“This book will be a great source and tool for its readers who want to know about Human Rights and related normative philosophy.-Pravin H. Parekh, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India and President, Indian Society of International Law.