Theories of Human Rights and Intercultural Dialogue

A Phenomenological Foundation for Human Ethics: An Essay in Philosophical Anthropology

By Thomas de Zengotita
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A Limit to Contingency  In The Last Utopia (2012), Samuel Moyn famously argued that “human rights” as a principle transcending the prerogatives of nation-states did not actually emerge until the 1970s.  The idea in this “pure” form only appeared then because it stood out in that context as “the God that did not fail while other political ideologies…

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Deepening Intercultural Dialogue and Integration for Global Peace

By Toyin Falola
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The world is made up of differences and similarities in culture and convictions. Unfortunately, it seems that the former has been gaining the attention of the global communities because of the different problems that have developed from it. Thousands of cultures have little meeting points with others, and there are different rationales behind the cultural…

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2024: Vol. 23, No. 1

Logos Journal - Scalia Myths

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2024: Vol. 23, No. 1

Logos Journal - Scalia Myths


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