The interdisciplinary approach in determining human rights arises because of the nature of human rights which are not only a legal phenomenon, but the phenomenon of other sciences. Such an approach of human rights will enable us to determine the roots of human rights, their structure and content, as well as their binding force. Such an approach is required in order to eliminate the possibility that human rights are just what stands in declarations and conventions. Their power is not derived from declarations, but from their content, which is diverse. This diversity is not otherwise to be explained except via an interdisciplinary approach. However, what will make it possible to observe human rights in their entirety is an interdisciplinary approach. Such an interdisciplinary approach can fully illuminate human rights, accepting the idea of integralism. The interdisciplinary construction of human rights means absolutely equal inclusion of faith and reason.