In a departure from the mainstream technique of a positivist-oriented jurisprudence, Collective Rights presents the 1st legal-theoretical remedy of this region. It advances a normative-moral viewpoint of 'value collectivism' which fits opposed to the normal political philosophy of liberalism and the dominant rules of liberal multiculturalism. furthermore, it locations a theoretical account of collective rights in the higher debate among proponents of other rights theories. through exploring why 'collective rights' can be differentiated from related criminal recommendations, the connection among collective and person rights and why teams may be acknowledged because the 3rd distinct form of right-holders, it provides the subject as hooked up to the bigger philosophical debate approximately foreign legislation of human rights, such a lot significantly to the matter of universality of rights.
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