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The Human Rights Movement: Western Values and Theological Perspectives

Warren Lee Holleman

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ISBN 10: 027592789X / ISBN 13: 9780275927899
Published by Praeger Publishers, 1987
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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First Edition. Very good hardcover first edition in green cloth with gold/gilt titles on spine and front. FEP missing but otherwise unmarked bright and clean. Pages are spread a bit where material was laid. Though now removed from the book it is included with the book. These additional items are (1) a photocopy of a letter from Max Stackhouse to author Holleman reagarding the book, (2) a photocpy of an article by the author, (3) a letter of commendation of the author addressed to his parents, and (4) a paper graded by the author. Enjoy reading with a real book in your hands. Shipping from North Carolina. Dedicated to delighting our customers. Delivery confirmation provided on all domestic orders. Happy to ship to international locations. Consider expedited shipping - just a little more moves your purchase a lot faster. Digital photos available on request for any book. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000004497

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Title: The Human Rights Movement: Western Values ...

Publisher: Praeger Publishers

Publication Date: 1987

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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In The Human Rights Movement, the author examines why human rights abuses have continued to exist and even increase in number. According to Holleman, the reason for this failure is that Western and non-Western nations and cultures disagree as to the meaning of human rights and the means for promoting human rights from nation to nation and culture to culture. Christian theological anthropology suggests a via media between Western and non-Western points of view.

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WARREN LEE HOLLEMAN is Professor of Political Science at the University of Houston.

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