DOI: https://doi.org/10.21564/2227-7153.2019.1.186525

Права людини, мир та поняття права. Історія незавершеної правової революції

І. Тружильо

Анотація


У статті розглянуто взаємозв’язок між правами людини та миром з точки зору поняття права. Обґрунтовано, що логіка прав людини принципово суперечить логіці війни, а концепція прав людини як справедливої причини війни є наслідком панування парадигми права, орієнтованої на державу. На противагу модерному правовому мисленню, яке характеризувалося акцентом на державі та уніфікацією правового суб’єкта всупереч фактичній багатоманітності становищ людей у різних правових статусах, формування сучасного правового мислення може сприяти зосередженню на людях та їхніх правах і переосмисленню ролі примусу у праві.

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парадигма права; права людини; мир; війна; право на мир; верховенство права; недержавне право

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