9 Hum. Rts. [1] (2014-2015)

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Contents:
ol Human Rights and the Search for an Overlapping Consensus:
  The Case of Islam ic  Political M orality  .............................................................. 1
  Hossein Houshmand
ol De-Secularization in Europe and the Consequences
  for the Nexus Human Rights-Religion in the Middle East .................................. 19
  Benoit CHALLAND
o] PEACE WITH JUSTICE: THE GROUNDS OF
  HUMAN RIGHTS FROM A FAITH-BASED PERSPECTIVE ..................... 47
  Bas de Gaay Fortman
Abstracts of Persian Articles:
E] The discourse of human rights and the reality of man .................................. 60
  Seyyed Hassan Hosseini
E] Peace, Justice and Democracy in the Multiethnic Societies: Consociational
  Democracy with Emphasis on Comparative study of Iraq and Bosnia ....................... 61
  Sattar Azizi
E] The Evolution of Natural Law and its Impact on Construction of Electoral Rights ..... 62
  Javad Taghizadeh and Rezvan Fadaee
E] The relationship between ethics and human rights in the thought of Richard Rorty ..... 63
  Mohammad Taghi Qezelsofla
E] Diplomatic Protection, a Human Rights and Islamic Reading ................................. 64
  Seyed Mostafa Mirmohammadi
E] Political sociology  of hum an  rights ................................................................ 65
  Mahdi Kazemi
E] Peaceful human coexistence in the Qur'an and the international human rights system ..... 66
  Mohammad Hassan Movahedi Savoji

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