This volume engages openly and constructively with the question of what limits of human rights are, and what these limits mean. The contributions focus on conceptual questions of human rights, together providing an exceptionally rich spectrum of viewpoints and arguments across disciplines. The volume brings together a group of distinguished scholars from different disciplines who discuss diverse aspects of limits of human rights from various perspectives and in different topical settings, without engaging in a deconstruction or denial of human rights. Part IV covers armed conflict.
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