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dignity

Overview page. Subjects: International Law — Philosophy.

While in ordinary thought dignity is something some people have more than others, and undignified moments are a pitfall for all of us, in moral philosophy, especially that of Kant, dignity...

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inalienable

Overview page. Subjects: Philosophy — International Law.

Used especially of rights: an inalienable right is one that cannot be abridged or suspended or even (more stringently and often controversially) signed away voluntarily. The right to...

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Richard Zouche

Overview page. Subjects: Philosophy — International Law.

(1590–1661)

Richard Zouche was born in Ansty, Wiltshire and died in London on 1 March 1661. He was educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford, where he graduated BCL in ...

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