Human Rights and human dignity: unmasking the Trojan horse by Julian Rivers

By JubileeCentre 27 Oct 2013

Jurisprudence professor Julian Rivers persuasively argues that postmodern values are in danger of subverting our understanding of human dignity. This is creating a 'Trojan horse' which insinuates a deceptive ideology into public life as the basis of human rights.

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