Collective Rights : A Legal Theory.

By: Jovanović, Miodrag APublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012Copyright date: ©2012Description: 1 online resource (239 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781139217774Subject(s): Human rightsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Collective Rights : A Legal TheoryDDC classification: 340.11 LOC classification: K3240 .J68 2012Online resources: Click to View
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Intro -- COLLECTIVE RIGHTS -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Introduction -- 1 What it means for a theory of collective rights to be legal - reflections on methodology -- 1.1 Legal theory, legal practice and legal methodology -- 1.2 Reine Rechtslehre and the method of `imputation´ -- 1.3 Analytical jurisprudence and the method of `paraphrasing´ -- 1.4 A case for value collectivism -- 1.5 Legal drafting and the legal personality of collectives -- 2 Theories of rights and collectives as right-holders -- 2.1 Theorizing rights: where to start? -- 2.2 Raz's interest theory of (collective) rights -- 2.3 Collective rights as rights to `participatory goods´? -- 2.4 Moral standing of groups and the right-holding capacity -- 3 Collective rights as a distinctive legal concept -- 3.1 Collective rights and `the exercising criterion´ -- 3.2 Collectives and `classes of subjects´ -- 3.3 Collective rights and the agency problem -- 3.4 Collective and individual rights: friends or foes? -- 3.5 Collective duties? Preliminary remarks -- 4 Are there universal collective rights? -- 4.1 On the universality of (human) rights -- 4.2 Collective rights in international law of the UN era -- 4.3 Collective rights - foundational and universal? -- Conclusion Collectives as the third type of right-holders -- REFERENCES -- INDEX.
Summary: A legal-theoretical account of collective rights, grounded in the normative-moral view of 'value collectivism'.
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Intro -- COLLECTIVE RIGHTS -- Title -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Introduction -- 1 What it means for a theory of collective rights to be legal - reflections on methodology -- 1.1 Legal theory, legal practice and legal methodology -- 1.2 Reine Rechtslehre and the method of `imputation´ -- 1.3 Analytical jurisprudence and the method of `paraphrasing´ -- 1.4 A case for value collectivism -- 1.5 Legal drafting and the legal personality of collectives -- 2 Theories of rights and collectives as right-holders -- 2.1 Theorizing rights: where to start? -- 2.2 Raz's interest theory of (collective) rights -- 2.3 Collective rights as rights to `participatory goods´? -- 2.4 Moral standing of groups and the right-holding capacity -- 3 Collective rights as a distinctive legal concept -- 3.1 Collective rights and `the exercising criterion´ -- 3.2 Collectives and `classes of subjects´ -- 3.3 Collective rights and the agency problem -- 3.4 Collective and individual rights: friends or foes? -- 3.5 Collective duties? Preliminary remarks -- 4 Are there universal collective rights? -- 4.1 On the universality of (human) rights -- 4.2 Collective rights in international law of the UN era -- 4.3 Collective rights - foundational and universal? -- Conclusion Collectives as the third type of right-holders -- REFERENCES -- INDEX.

A legal-theoretical account of collective rights, grounded in the normative-moral view of 'value collectivism'.

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