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Parution : 05/2020
Editeur : Brill
ISBN : 978-9-0044-1677-2
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Rights at the Margins

Historical, Legal and Philosophical Perspectives

Sous la direction de Virpi Mäkinen,  Jonathan William Robinson,  Pamela Slotte,  Heikki Haara

Présentation de l'éditeur

The essays in this volume explore the ways rights were available to those in the margins of society. By tracing pivotal judicial concepts such as ‘right of necessity’ and ‘subjective rights’ back to their medieval versions, and by situating them in unexpected contexts such as the Franciscans’ theory of poverty and colonization or today’s immigration and border control, this volume invites its readers to consider whether individual rights were in fact, or at least in theory, available to the marginalized. By focusing not only on the economically impoverished but also those who were disenfranchised because of disability, gender, race, religion or infidelity, this book also sheds light on the relationship between the early history of individual rights and social justice at the margins. 

Contributors are: Wim Decock, Heikki Haara, Virpi Mäkinen, Alejandra Mancilla, Julia McClure, Ilse Paakkinen, Mikko Posti, Jonathan Robinson, John Salter, Pamela Slotte, and Jussi Varkemaa.

 

Sommaire

Introduction: Rights and Justice towards the Margins 
  Virpi Mäkinen, Jonathan Robinson and Pamela Slotte 

PART 1: Rights and the Poor Law

1 Poverty and Need in the Fourteenth Century: Johannes Andreae, Bartolus of Saxoferrato, and Baldus de Ubaldis 
  Jonathan Robinson 

2 Poor and Insolvent: Debtor Relief in Alvarez de Velasco’s De privilegiis pauperum (1630) 
  Wim Decock 

PART 2: Rights, Duties and Justice

3 Inclination to Self-Preservation and Rights to Life and Body in Samuel Pufendorf’s Natural Law Theory 
  Heikki Haara 

4 The Right of Necessity: From Hugo Grotius to Adam Smith 
  John Salter 

PART 3: Rights Beyond the Margins

5 Rights and Needs: Widows as a Protected Group in Christine de Pizan’s Thought 
  Ilse Paakkinen 

6 Can Animals Have Rights? Conrad Summenhart and Francisco de Vitoria at the Margins of Rights Language 
  Jussi Varkemaa 

7 Whether Heretics and Infidels Can Possess Dominion Rights? Late Medieval and Early Modern Debates 
  Virpi Mäkinen and Mikko Posti 

PART 4: Geopolitical, Global, and Contemporary Perspectives at the Margins

8 The Darker Side of Rights in Global Intellectual History: an Ambivalent Case of Franciscan Poverty 
  Julia McClure 

9 Necessity Knows No Borders: the Right of Necessity and Illegalized Migration 
  Alejandra Mancilla 

10 “Rights, Not Charity!” On Vocabularies for Conceptualizing the Case of Persons with Disabilities 
  Pamela Slotte 

Brill's Studies in Intellectual History , Vol. 316 , 266 pages.  99,00 €

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