Muhammad Taqi Ja'fari is a well-known scholar who has written 41 books in addition to his 15-volume interpretation of Rumi’s, Mathnavi, and a 27-volume translation and interpretation of the Nahj-ul-balaqah.
Mr. Ja'fari's progress in this field was so spectacular that he was conferred with the greatest degree of jurisprudence by the age of 23. Mr. Ja'fari’s other major works contain his most important thoughts and ideas in the fields of anthropology, sociology, moral ethics, philosophy, and mysticism. This book is one of Mr. Ja'fari’s masterpieces providing us an insightful comparative view on universal human rights with references to Islam and the west.
|Publisher:||S Jeyran Main|
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Table of Contents
table of content A Brief History of Human Rights, The First Ground: The Basic Principles of Natural Rights,The Second Ground: Revealed Religions, The Third Ground: The Responsiveness and Endorsement of Those of, Developed Minds (the Elites), The Principles of Essenism, The First Issue: Human Value in the Declaration and Its Application, The Second Issue: The Principle Motive of the Codification and Application of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, A Study of the Motives, The Motive for Compiling, Divisions of Human Characters, Value Concerns and the Global Reception of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Human Survival in the 21st Century, The Declaration of the Conference, The Motives for the Islamic, The Common Principles Underlying the Motives, Who Is Responsible for the Exercise of Human Rights?, The Dilemma of Legality versus Globality!, The Cairo Conference on Human Rights in Islam, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Islam, Human Rights in Islam and the West, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Human Rights in Islam and the West in a Comparative Encounter, The Principle of Human Dignity, The Principle of Education, The Principle of Committed Freedom, The Differences between Freedom and Liberty, The Right to Freedom versus the Right to Liberty, Freedom and Deliverance from Slavery, Freedom of Opinion, The Right to Freedom in Islam, The UN Declaration,