SOME THEOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON HUMAN DIGNITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Nico Koopman

Abstract


This article acknowledges that human dignity is a concept that cannot be not easily defined.  It attempts to acquire a cognitive grip on dignity by defining it in terms of the needs and anxieties of human beings and in terms of narratives of the violation of dignity. .....

Keywords


Alien dignity; Anthropology; Human rights; H Thielicke; Trinitatian faith

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/95-0-1393

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