Human Rights: Intellectual Partnership Towards World Citizenship
This book is an attempt to resolve the problem of universals with respect to knowledge and human nature; That is, the objectivity of our communication to end personal experience as a source of knowledge; to end personal experience as a source of making standards or policies to define humans' social reality; to hopefully establish peace and justice on our planet. [Climate change] and [nuclear confrontation] stands as an unavoidable threat to humans' life in the world. The US government refusal to sign Kyoto protocol proofs capitalists' relentlessness to the world of people and nature.
- Paperback | 98 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.35mm | 199.58g
- 26 Jan 2010
- London, United Kingdom