Volume 16 (2021-2022)
Volume 15 (2020-2021)
Volume 14 (2019-2020)
Volume 13 (2018-2019)
Volume 12 (2017-2018)
Volume 11 (2016-2017)
Volume 10 (2015-2016)
Volume 09 (2014-2015)
Volume 08 (2013-2014)
Volume 07 (2012-2013)
Volume 06 (2011-2012)
Volume 05 (2010-2011)
Volume 04 (2009-2010)
Volume 03 (2008-2009)
Volume 02 (2007-2008)
Volume 01 (2006-2007)
The globalization on Human Rights: Culture of Peace and International Relations
1. The globalization on Human Rights: Culture of Peace and International Relations

Mohammad Kaffash Nayyeri; Mahnaz Goodarzi

Volume 14, Issue 1 , June 2019, , Pages 19-42

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2018.95128.1080

Abstract
  Globalization with the increasing interaction and human relationships has caused the concept of peace means the absence of the threat of war and establishment Relax in life relationships ...  Read More
Habermas, Religion and Human Rights
2. Habermas, Religion and Human Rights

Kevin W. Gray

Volume 14, Issue 1 , June 2019, , Pages 151-170

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2019.111229.1150

Abstract
  In my paper,  I take as a specific example of the relationship between religion and human rights in the work of Jürgen Habermas, asking if there is any possible relationship ...  Read More
The First Step in Understanding Human Rights
3. The First Step in Understanding Human Rights

Seyed Masoud Moosavi Karimi

Volume 13, Issue 1 , June 2018, , Pages 3-34

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2018.32209

Abstract
  The ambiguity of the concept of human is of the main obstacles in understanding human rights. Traditional philosophers take the Aristotelean essentialist approach to define human and ...  Read More
Identity and the Hegemony of Universal Human Rights
4. Identity and the Hegemony of Universal Human Rights

Tony Evans

Volume 11, Issue 2 , January 2017, , Pages 3-24

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2016.29849

Abstract
    Due to an unintentional mistake attribution of the author have been incorrectly inserted.  The author's attribution was modified at his request.   Human rights are ...  Read More
Rights of Identity
5. Rights of Identity

Daniel Kofman

Volume 11, Issue 2 , January 2017, , Pages 25-58

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2016.29850

Abstract
  A person’s identity is their sense of who and what they are, of who stands in significant relations to them, and of what is valuable to them. This is inevitably very broad, an ...  Read More
Identity, Language, and Rights: A Critical Theory Perspective
6. Identity, Language, and Rights: A Critical Theory Perspective

Omid Payrow Shabani

Volume 11, Issue 2 , January 2017, , Pages 59-84

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2016.29851

Abstract
  This paper is an attempt to fill the gap in the literature by presenting a language policy formulated according to the idea of constitutional patriotism that overcomes the charge of ...  Read More
World Peace: The Comparison between Kantian Viewpoint and the Islamic Perspective
7. World Peace: The Comparison between Kantian Viewpoint and the Islamic Perspective

Seyed Sadegh Haghighat

Volume 11, Issue 1 , April 2016, , Pages 3-20

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2016.25542

Abstract
  The meaning of "World Peace" is a situation in which all individuals, groups and nations while preserving their human dignity, have a life of justice, security, tolerance and cooperation ...  Read More
Power, Dialogue and Peace
8. Power, Dialogue and Peace

Mahdi Rahbari

Volume 11, Issue 1 , April 2016, , Pages 45-72

http://dx.doi.org/10.22096/hr.2016.25544

Abstract
  In order to achieve peace and prevent violence as their longtime dream, human beings have tested various ways so far, including the strengthening of individual conscience, legislation, ...  Read More
Criminalization from Human Rights Perspective, the Demands of the Moral Right to Self-Determination
9. Criminalization from Human Rights Perspective, the Demands of the Moral Right to Self-Determination

Mohsen borhani

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2015, , Pages 105-120

Abstract
  Human rights faces an obvious challenge concerning criminalization. On the one hand, putting emphasis on individual autonomy of human beings has blocked any attempt to impose any restrictions, ...  Read More
The Discourse of Human Rights and the Reality of Man
10. The Discourse of Human Rights and the Reality of Man

Seyyed Hassan Hosseini(Akhlagh)

Volume 09, Issue 2 , January 2015, , Pages 3-22

Abstract
  "Human Rights" is the fruition of self-founded intellect of modern man as well as the result of his phenomenological view; however, the main sources of "Islam" (Qur'an and Sunnah) are ...  Read More
The Evolution of Natural Law and Its Impact on Construction of Electoral Rights
11. The Evolution of Natural Law and Its Impact on Construction of Electoral Rights

Javad Taghizadeh; Rezvan Fadaee

Volume 09, Issue 2 , January 2015, , Pages 49-70

Abstract
  In spite of its being repetitive, the phrase "natural law" has been used with different meanings and notions. The new meaning of natural law has had important role in foundation of ...  Read More
The Relationship between Ethics and Human Rights in the Thought of Richard Rorty
12. The Relationship between Ethics and Human Rights in the Thought of Richard Rorty

Mohammad Taghi Ghezelsofla

Volume 09, Issue 2 , January 2015, , Pages 71-90

Abstract
  In general, two theories or school of thoughts had been prevailed in modern moral philosophies until recently. Ethical school of thought of "task-oriented", in which the emphasis is ...  Read More
The Discourse of Human Rights and the Reality of Man
13. The Discourse of Human Rights and the Reality of Man

Seyyed Hassan Hosseini

Volume 09, Issue 1 , May 2014, , Pages 3-22

Abstract
  "Human Rights" is the fruition of self-founded intellect of modern man as well as the result of his phenomenological view; however, the main sources of "Islam" (Qur'an and Sunnah) are ...  Read More
The Evolution of Natural Law and Its Impact on Construction of Electoral Rights
14. The Evolution of Natural Law and Its Impact on Construction of Electoral Rights

Javad Taghizadeh; Rezvan Fadaee

Volume 09, Issue 1 , May 2014, , Pages 49-70

Abstract
   In spite of its being repetitive, the phrase "natural law" has been used with different meanings and notions. The new meaning of natural law has had important role in foundation ...  Read More
The Relationship between Ethics and Human Rights in the Thought of Richard Rorty
15. The Relationship between Ethics and Human Rights in the Thought of Richard Rorty

Mohammad Taghi Ghezelsofla

Volume 09, Issue 1 , May 2014, , Pages 71-90

Abstract
  In general, two theories or school of thoughts had been prevailed in modern moral philosophies until recently. Ethical school of thought of "task-oriented", in which the emphasis is ...  Read More
Two Conceptions of Universality of Human Rights: A Hermeneutical Approach
17. Two Conceptions of Universality of Human Rights: A Hermeneutical Approach

Ahmad Bostani

Volume 08, Issue 2 , January 2014, , Pages 3-22

Abstract
  Universality is considered as one of the most important characteristics of human rights principles. The crucial problem is how the universal principles of human rights could be applied ...  Read More
Natural Rights and Human Rights
18. Natural Rights and Human Rights

Nasser Qorban Nia

Volume 08, Issue 2 , January 2014, , Pages 41-58

Abstract
  Any human rights bereft of philosophical and anthropological foundations are susceptible to weakness and vulnerability. The question as to how from a logical point of view we arrive ...  Read More
Theory of Relativity in Civil Rights and Natural Rights of Man
19. Theory of Relativity in Civil Rights and Natural Rights of Man

Mohammad Javad Javid

Volume 08, Issue 2 , January 2014, , Pages 59-84

Abstract
  Anthropology of the natural rights of man and its psychology can be compatible since the rights of man can be divided into two fixed and variable rights both of which play a shared ...  Read More
Two Conceptions of Universality of Human Rights: A Hermeneutical Approach
20. Two Conceptions of Universality of Human Rights: A Hermeneutical Approach

Ahmad Bostani

Volume 08, Issue 1 , April 2013, , Pages 3-22

Abstract
  Universality is considered as one of the most important characteristics of human rights principles. The crucial problem is how the universal principles of human rights could be applied ...  Read More
Natural Rights and Human Rights
21. Natural Rights and Human Rights

Nasser Qorban Nia

Volume 08, Issue 1 , April 2013, , Pages 41-58

Abstract
  Any human rights bereft of philosophical and anthropological foundations are susceptible to weakness and vulnerability. The question as to how from a logical point of view we arrive ...  Read More
Theory of Relativity in Civil Rights and  Natural Rights of Man
22. Theory of Relativity in Civil Rights and Natural Rights of Man

Mohammad Javad Javid

Volume 08, Issue 1 , April 2013, , Pages 59-84

Abstract
  Anthropology of the natural rights of man and its psychology can be compatible since the rights of man can be divided into two fixed and variable rights both of which play a shared ...  Read More
Identities, Differences and Universality of Human Rights Based on Iranian Religious and Ethnic Identities
23. Identities, Differences and Universality of Human Rights Based on Iranian Religious and Ethnic Identities

Babak Naderpour; Mojtaba Maghsoudi

Volume 08, Issue 1 , April 2013, , Pages 123-162

Abstract
  The concept of “Human rights” is the main signifier of the discourse of international community. Despite its growing use, widespread resonance and hegemony, there are different ...  Read More
The Conservative Approach Toward Islamic Human Rights
24. The Conservative Approach Toward Islamic Human Rights

Seyed Ali Mirmousavi

Volume 08, Issue 1 , April 2013, , Pages 163-177

Abstract
  Since the ratification of UDHR, Many steps have been passed, to universalize it, and religions and schools have been necessitated to take their position about it.  Islamic trends ...  Read More