Is Killing People Right

Author: Allan C. Hutchinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107123860
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This book examines how the common law works through profiles of eight great cases.

Toward An Informal Account Of Legal Interpretation

Author: Allan C. Hutchinson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316720985
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Or, to put it another way, this reduces legal analysis to little more than political
debate. And this, of course, is exactly ... Great Legal Cases and How They
Shaped The World (2010) and Is Killing People Right?: More Great Legal Cases
and ...

War No More The Case For Abolition

Author: David Swanson
ISBN: 145661990X
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Rosa Brooks testified, in effect, that drone strikes outside of an accepted war
zone could be “murder” (her word) or they ... that it's all in perfect harmony with
U.S. values as long as the President has put the right words down on a secret law
that he ... If you can murder, which is the worst thing possible, then why in the
world—they ask—can you not torture a little bit too? ... named Brandon Bryant
who was deeply depressed over his role in killing over 1,600 people: Brandon
Bryant says he ...

Philosophy Of Law Rights And Their Foundations

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But there are other cases. Suppose that a villain threatens to kill five people if you
will not kill Charles. Even prima facie it seems that if you act, there will be more
good in the world than there otherwise would be since five lives are four more ...

Human Rights And World Trade

Author: Ana Gonzalez-Pelaez
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113427310X
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Famine kills more people than any other violation of human rights: 24,000 people
die every day from the consequences of hunger. ... international structuralfailures,
and onlyafraction ofthe cases(67 million people) are attributable to man-made
and natural disasters. Governments across the world have not only
acknowledged the problem butalso signed in 1996 an unprecedentedset of legal
commitments ...

Advancing The Human Right To Health

Author: José M. Zuniga
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191637645
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The UDHR was created on 10 December 1948, following World War II, when it
was decided that the words that created ... to its establishment: 'we must
recognize that our mutual devotion to our own land must never blind us to the
good of all lands ... In 2011, natural disasters alone killed 30,773 people, and
injured 244.7 million worldwide (CRED et al., 2012). ... 200 cases and the next
day more than 11,000 people were hospitalized of whom more than 700 died (
Walton & Ivers, 2011).

Arizona Law Review

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... that such and such is the case there will be more good in the world than there
otherwise would be does not by itself justify ... even if we require that in assessing
how much good there will be in the world account be taken of which rights, if any,
... Suppose that a villain threatens to kill five people if you will not kill Charles.

Mediocre Great England

Author: Abiodun Olayinka Bamgbelu
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
ISBN: 1631354612
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Mediocre Great England, the latest book by Yinka Bamgbelu, criticizes the legal system in Britain as well as the racism found in its institutions. “The highest reach of injustice is to be deemed just when you are not.” – Plato “Lies ...

Can The Us Survive Doomsday

Author: Freddie L. Sirmans
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1425745377
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a lot of people. Abortions on demand, the killing of innocent unborn babies have
been going on for a long time. ... case. is. a. divine. morality. test. (If we fail, this
country will never be able to get back to business as usual). We are a nation ...
But, I also believe ultimately the will and instinct to survive is more power than
any law. Those with strong survival instincts all over the world and part of me are
suffering and dying right along with Terri. ... Its great moral beacon will flash no