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Concept of Human Rights in Judaism, Chrisianity and Islam
By: De Gruyter

Language: English


The second volume of the series Key Concepts in Interreligious Discourses explores the roots of the concept of Human Rights in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It shows in which crucial points the universal validity of Human Rights opposes religious traditions. Especially where interreligious viewpoints are concerned, a new kind of debate about the concept and its history is needed. By bringing Human Rights into contact with religious traditions, the volume introduces new perspectives to more general discussions about the concept.

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By:De Gruyter
Pages: 187 pp
Publisher:Hans Seidel Stiftung, 2023
Dimensions:15 x 23 cm
Topic:Comparative Religion - Human Rights

Concept of Human Rights in Judaism, Chrisianity and Islam

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