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英国法における人権

Liberty Intact : Human Rights in English Law

Tugendhat, Michael

Oxford Univ Pr 2017/02
252 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780198790990
KCN: 1025951213
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Annotation

A former judge of the High Court of England and Wales compares the common law of England with the United States of America and France.

Full Description

Providing a short history of human rights from the eighteenth century to present day, this book traces English Common Law through the French and American declarations of rights, identifying rights which evolved from the English law and politics of the fifteenth century, and which are recognised in the human rights law we see today.
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Table of Contents

1: Introduction 2: Historical Overview 3: Liberty and Equality 4: Rule of Law 5: Access to Justice 6: Right of Resistance 7: Life, Security, Detention, and Torture 8: Property, Taxation, Work, and Slavery 9: Freedom of Expression 10: PRivate and Family Life 11: Conscience, Religion, Association, Assembly, Petition, and Duties 12: Sovereignty and Revolution 13: Function of Rights 14: Limits to Legislation 15: The Future of British Rights Appendix I: Natural Rights, Human Dignity, Duties, and Deserts Appendix II: The Virginian and French Declarations of Rights