Volume 18 (2023-2024)
Volume 17 (2022-2023)
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)

Religious Human Rights and Peace Interrelationship between Human Rights and Peace
Religious Human Rights and Peace Interrelationship between Human Rights and Peace

Carl Wellman

Volume 10, Issue 2 , October 2016, , Pages 1-22

https://doi.org/10.22096/hr.1394.23669

Abstract
  This paper assumes the author’s conceptual analysis of rights as complexes of Hohfeldian positions that confer dominion on the right-holder in face of one or more second parties ...  Read More
Discourse Analysis of Domination of the Global Human Rights
Discourse Analysis of Domination of the Global Human Rights

Nasrin Mosaffa; Vahid Ghorbani

Volume 07, Issue 2 , October 2012, , Pages 3-26

Abstract
  In this article, we are attempting to answer the question of how the Global Human Rights as an idea which is in accordance with common sense took shape. The conceptual and theoretical ...  Read More
Economic Sanctions and Breach of the Right to Education
Economic Sanctions and Breach of the Right to Education

Mohammad Habibi Mojandeh; Mahdi Abdolmaleki; Seyede Zahra Mousavi

Volume 07, Issue 1 , April 2012, , Pages 3-24

Abstract
  Economic sanctions whether imposed unilaterally or on the basis of the chapter VII of the UN are a powerful means for enforcing a state to fulfill its international obligations. Sanctions, ...  Read More
The Discourse of Human Rights and the Reality of Man
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
Two Conceptions of Universality of Human Rights: A Hermeneutical Approach
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
Mechanisms for the Proximity Between the Perspectives of the Shiite Jurisprudence and the International Human Rights System Regarding Corporal Punishment of Children
Mechanisms for the Proximity Between the Perspectives of the Shiite Jurisprudence and the International Human Rights System Regarding Corporal Punishment of Children

Seyed Javad Hoseynikhah

Volume 06, Issue 2 , October 2011, , Pages 3-24

Abstract
  One of the challenging issues which families and societies face in rearing and upbringing is how to treat children’s misbehavior In Islamic perspective, especially Shiite jurisprudence, ...  Read More
On Human Dignity in View of Bioethics and Human Rights
On Human Dignity in View of Bioethics and Human Rights

Mohammad Jafar Saed

Volume 06, Issue 1 , April 2011, , Pages 3-18

Abstract
  In the area of bioethics, human dignity is as a basic value, being necessary for human being beside his life and continuousness of his life. As the issue is a basic value ethically, ...  Read More
The Authenticity Issue in the Interpretation of Human Rights:Critical Review of Mohammed Ghazali's Islamic View on UDHR
The Authenticity Issue in the Interpretation of Human Rights:Critical Review of Mohammed Ghazali's Islamic View on UDHR

Morteza Bahrani; Seyed Mohsen Alavipoor

Volume 05, Issue 2 , October 2010, , Pages 3-18

Abstract
  The contemporary debates, among religious thinkers, over the relationship between religion and politics necessarily involve the relationship between right and obligation. Mohammed Ghazali ...  Read More
Anti-Foundationalism, Deliberative Democracy and Universal Human Rights
Anti-Foundationalism, Deliberative Democracy and Universal Human Rights

Fabrizio Trifiro

Volume 05, Issue 1 , April 2010, , Pages 3-18

Abstract
  The paper argues that an approach to democracy that combines an anti-foundationalist epistemology and a deliberative political and moral stance will enable us to solve the increasing ...  Read More
The Relationship between Justice, Democracy and Peace in Plato’s Republic
The Relationship between Justice, Democracy and Peace in Plato’s Republic

Hassan Fathi

Volume 04, Issue 2 , October 2009, , Pages 3-20

Abstract
  Without doubt, Plato’s Republic is one of the most influential works in the history of philosophy, specially, in philosophy of politics. Although we find all branches of philosophical ...  Read More
Humanitarian Law in Islam
Humanitarian Law in Islam

Ali Akbar Alikhani

Volume 04, Issue 1 , April 2009, , Pages 3-18

Abstract
  As one of the most important branches of Law, International Humanitarian Rights tries to restrain an armed conflict as much as possible - in case, despite preventive action, it happens ...  Read More
Citizenship Rights from the View Point of Iranian Law and Global Citizenship
Citizenship Rights from the View Point of Iranian Law and Global Citizenship

Mostafa Elsan

Volume 03, Issue 2 , October 2008, , Pages 3-20

Abstract
  There are different analyses about the concept of citizenship in different fields of humanities. Generally, citizenship can be defined as "modern right of all humans to life and having ...  Read More
Analysis on Child Labor and its Impact on Child’s Right to Education with an Emphasis on International program on Elimination of Child Labor
Analysis on Child Labor and its Impact on Child’s Right to Education with an Emphasis on International program on Elimination of Child Labor

Farhad Talaie; Samira Ahmadi Bab Anari; Seyedeh Leila Nabavizadeh

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2015, , Pages 3-24

Abstract
  Child Labour is a phenomenin not any more acceptable in the modern world, mainly because it deprives children of their childhood and because it is harmful to their physical and mental ...  Read More
Two Conceptions of Universality of Human Rights: A Hermeneutical Approach
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
The Discourse of Human Rights and the Reality of Man
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
Right to Health in International Human Rights Law
Right to Health in International Human Rights Law

Mohammad Habibi Mojandeh

Volume 02, Issue 1 , April 2007, , Pages 7-38

Abstract
  Right to health is among the basic and fundamental human rights recognized in international human rights law. This notwithstanding, the concept and content of the right and the corresponding ...  Read More
The Appeal of Diversity: Problems and Possibilities
The Appeal of Diversity: Problems and Possibilities

Oliver Leaman

Volume 01, Issue 2 , October 2006, , Pages 7-18

Abstract
  The desirability of diversity is often mentioned, especially in liberal political philosophy. Diversity across a range of areas such as ethnicity and religion is regarded as adding ...  Read More
Human Rights and Human Cloning
Human Rights and Human Cloning

Hassan Islami

Volume 01, Issue 1 , April 2006, , Pages 7-22

Abstract
  Some opponents of human cloning regard it as wrong and unethical from a human rights perspective giving some reasons to prove their view. One is that each human being has the right ...  Read More
Corporal Punishment of Child: Nurturance or Violence?
Corporal Punishment of Child: Nurturance or Violence?

Mohammad Mahdi Meghdadi

Volume 03, Issue 1 , April 2008, , Pages 9-26

Abstract
  Nowadays despite cumulative effort faring for advocacy of children, various kinds of violence and oppression against them especially in corporal punishment mode still hold. This ...  Read More
Corporal Punishment of Child: Nurturance or Violence?
Corporal Punishment of Child: Nurturance or Violence?

Mohammad Mahdi Meghdadi

Volume 02, Issue 2 , October 2007, , Pages 9-26

Abstract
  Nowadays despite cumulative effort faring for advocacy of children, various kinds of violence and oppression against them especially in corporal punishment mode still hold. This article ...  Read More