Volume & Issue: دوره 13، شماره 2 - شماره پیاپی 26، پاییز و زمستان 1397، صفحه 1-256  XML Original Article 1 Religious Violence: Fact or Fiction?   Page 3-30   Abolqasem Fanaei   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105169.1096   2 Peace and Subjectivity   Page 31-48   Louis E. Wolcher   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105271.1097   3 Religion, Human Rights and the Problem of Organizational Structure   Page 49-64   Lawrence Davidson   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105272.1098   4 Religion, Rights and Democracy in Europe   Page 65-84   Lorenzo Zucca   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105274.1099   5 The role of women in nation-building: rocking the boat at the risk of making it capsize?   Page 85-112   Myra Williamson   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105277.1100   6 The International Human Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief: Referring to Foucault to Achieve the Descriptive Moment   Page 113-140   Leonard Hammer   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105279.1101   7 The Boundaries of Religious Persecution: Refugee Law and the Limits of Permissible Restrictions on Religion   Page 141-174   Samuel Cheung   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105282.1102   8 The spiritual crisis: Human Rights and Religion Political Theory of Human Rights   Page 175-192   Emanuela Morelli   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105283.1103   9 Human Rights as the Negation of Religious Ethics   Page 193-204   Stephen Humphreys   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105285.1104   10 Human Rights and The Common Good in Catholicism The Criteria of Their Theological Foundation   Page 205-220   Antonio Parisi   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105286.1105   11 Christian Peacemaker Teams: Uniquely Christian Identity Meets Mainstream Peacemaking   Page 221-240   Paul J. Yoder   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105288.1106   12 Qutb and Aquinas on Divine Law and the Limits of the State   Page 241-256   Lucas Thorpe   DOI: 10.22096/HR.2019.105289.1107  



Published: 2019-03-18