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Allen Buchanan is the author of eleven books and over one hundred-fifty articles. His work is mainly in Political Philosophy, Philosophy of International Law, and Bioethics. He currently divides his time between Duke University, King's College London School of Law, and the University of Arizona.
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: A Pluralistic Justificatory Methodology for Human Rights Chapter Three: The Task of Justification Chapter Four: The Case for a System of International Legal Human Rights Chapter Five: An Ecological View of The Legitimacy of International Legal Human Rights Institutions Chapter Six: The Problematic Supremacy of International Human Rights Law Chapter Seven: The Challenge of Ethical Pluralism Chapter Eight: Conclusions
Appendix One: Non-Rights Norms in Major Human Rights Documents Appendix Two: Results of the Investigation Index