Human Rights: A Philosophical Introduction

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This course assesses the intellectual credibility of human rights. Why would human beings have such rights, and what rights, exactly, do they have? These questions take us straight into foundational questions about morality that are becoming increasingly important in a politically and economically more interconnected world. The recorded lectures are from the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Science course Ethical Reasoning 11. (4 credits)

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This course assesses the intellectual credibility of human rights. Why would human beings have such rights, and what rights, exactly, do they have? These questions take us straight into foundational questions about morality that are becoming increasingly important in a politically and economically more interconnected world. The recorded lectures are from the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Science course Ethical Reasoning 11. (4 credits)

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