International Human Rights, Hegel, Legal Norms, Nationality Relationship (Concept), Frolova v. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Human Rights Law | Law
I address the question of the relation of the individual to the state and, in so doing, invoke Hegel, the preeminent philosopher of relationships. As students of international law, we should look forward to achieving the complex synthesis implicit in Hegel's philosophy: to promote the human rights of all persons in the natural context of the unique nation in which they live. Examines a legal problem that highlights this interrelatedness: Frolova v. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
D'Amato, Anthony, "The Relation of the Individual to the State in the Era of Human Rights" (2010). Faculty Working Papers. Paper 99.