Human Rights: Universality and Domination

José Luis Tejeda González

Abstract


Human rights have been recognized as one of the universal references for excellence. The question of universals has aroused many suspicions and misgivings. They are perceived as theem bodiment of hegemonic and dominant interests. The Universals acquire naturalization because they intend to recover and express the best ideals, values, customs and traditions of the world. It tends to identify them with the levels of civilization and maturation of human communities. They are seen as necessary and unavoidable and raise all kinds of resentments. In the human rights is repited this circumstance where the universal range between consensual and dominant.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v8i6.5063

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