Neo-Naturalism: A Fresh Paradigm in International Law

World Futures 66 (5):363-380 (2011)
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Dhall (2010) posited that quantum holism can provide an alternate justification for human rights. This article explores how such a foundation challenges aspects of international law and assertions of cultural relativism that have stymied the ongoing development of a universal human rights culture
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DOI 10.1080/02604027.2010.485431
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