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|Title:||From a Good Life to Human Rights: Some Complications|
|Citation:||Cruft R (2015) From a Good Life to Human Rights: Some Complications. In: Cruft R, Liao S & Renzo M (eds.) Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights. Philosophical Foundations of Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 101-116. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/philosophical-foundations-of-human-rights-9780199688630?cc=gb〈=en&|
international human rights law
|Series/Report no.:||Philosophical Foundations of Law|
|Abstract:||What is the relation between human rights and human well-being? This chapter explores some complications stemming from the fact that respect for human rights does not guarantee well-being. The chapter defends the prospects for a well-being-based account of human rights by outlining the central questions such an account must address.|
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