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Dignity Rights

With cases from around the world on a wide range of subjects including prison conditions, employment, sexuality, reputation, and death, this ground-breaking book examines how judicial interpretations of dignity redefine what it means to be human in the modern world.

Dignity Rights
Courts, Constitutions, and the Worth of the Human Person

Erin Daly

2012 | 272 pages | Cloth $69.95
Law / Public Policy
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Table of Contents

—Aharon Barak

Chapter 1. "Of All Members of the Human Family"
Chapter 2. "Not . . . a Mere Plaything"
Chapter 3. "The Minimum Necessities of Life"
Chapter 4. "Master of One's Fate"
Chapter 5. "What Respect Is Due"
Chapter 6. "The Beginning and the End of the State"


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