The Case for Collective Human Rights: The Reality of Group Suffering [Abstract]

Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 10 (1996)

In a world increasingly both fragmented and globalized, there is a need for a normative framework of values linking individual and group concerns by means of a conception of collective human rights. Felice argues that individual human rights, which have proven to be of enormous value in the twentieth century, must be extended to communities ranging from the family unit to the entire human community.

 

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