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    Is There a Human Right to Freedom of Religion?Paul Tiedemann - 2015 - Human Rights Review 16 (2):83-98.
    A human right to freedom of religion is not equivalent to a right to tolerance. Human rights and tolerance-rules serve for different purposes and are based on different justifications. Tolerance-rules serve to protect a peaceful living together with strangers who share no common values. Human rights serve to protect every individual’s personhood. Religion can only be a matter of human rights, if and so far as it is a condition of development and maintenance of personhood. Discussion about a human right (...)
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    Johann Gottlieb Fichte und die Identitätstheorie der Menschenwürde.Paul Tiedemann - 2017 - Archiv Fuer Rechts Und Sozialphilosphie 103 (3):337-369.
    The article compares the key elements of the so called Identity Theory of Human Dignity with the conception of Johann Gottlieb Fichte’s foundation of the legal relationship. The main difference is that the identity theory does not claim to be able to reconstruct the legal concept of human dignity completely on the basis of a transcendental argumentation. Instead it uses empirical arguments. Another difference refers to the distinction between values and norms that is not sufficiently clarified in Fichte.
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  3. Natur als Rechtssubjekt: die Grundlagen einer empathischen Ethik.Paul Tiedemann - 1989 - Rechtstheorie 20 (4):522-536.
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  4. Die würde des menschen ist unantastbar: versuch einer aufklärung.Paul Tiedemann - 2005 - Rechtstheorie 36 (1):116-142.
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