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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EJames S QuinnFall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Notes -Preferential Trading Area, Economic Sanctions, Suharto

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Interests are not reducible to power: donnelly- in certain circumstances it may be unwise to pursue human rights, but that must be determined empirical
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EJennifer MustaphaFall

Readings Week 7: Donnelly 2

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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EJames S QuinnFall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Notes -Limited Government

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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EJames S QuinnFall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Notes -Asian Values, Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, Individual And Group Rights

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In the 1990"s debates arose from asian leaders and intellects who argued that culturally based differences justified substantial deviations from standa
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EJennifer MustaphaFall

Readings Week1: Goodhardt

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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EJennifer MustaphaFall

Readings Week 11: Goodhardt

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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EPeter Ferguson Fall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Notes - Chapter Donelley 7: Cultural Relativism

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Argument: human rights are not in any way culturally relative. Culture explains little importance about the development of ideas and practices of human
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EPeter Ferguson Fall

Political Science 3388E Chapter China HR UN - Piccone: Political Science 3388E Chapter : 3388

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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EPeter Ferguson Fall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Donnelly 6: universality of human rights: Political Science 3388E Chapter : 3388

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Universal: extending over, comprehending, including the whole of something; applies all over a particular domain ; relative to a particular universe of
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EPeter Ferguson Fall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Orend 5 : Political Science 3388E Chapter : 3388

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Claim one: a citizen in another country could not violate your human rights even if they tried, they bear no substantive casual connection to you and t
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EPeter Ferguson Fall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Donnelly 11: Human rights, Democracy and Development: Political Science 3388E Chapter : 3388

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Democracy has become a ground for legitimacy. Pattern that has occurred since end of cold war. Human rights norms require a democratic gov. Section 21
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WESTERNPolitical Science 3388EPeter Ferguson Fall

Political Science 3388E Chapter Goodhart 1: Political Science 3388E Chapter Goodhart : Political Science 3388E Chapter : 3388

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Before this rights were seen through the lens of natural law - associated w the church. Duties to each other and the church. Rights formed during enlig
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