Derechos Humanos y Diversidad Cultural : ¿un binomio inestable? | Human Rights and Cultural Diversity: An unstable binomial?
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Ruiz Vieytez, Eduardo Javier
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019
Historically, cultural diversity has served as a catalyst in the evolution of the legal protection of human beings. Nevertheless, statehood has restricted and dramatically conditioned the development of rights, to the benefit of dominant or majority groups in each country. Cultural Diversity keeps formulating relevant challenges for human rights and its eventual universality. At this stage of development, Law can only play a fragmented and imperfect role, both at the international and domestic level.

    Ruiz Vieytez, Eduardo Javier. Derechos Humanos y Diversidad Cultural : ¿un binomio inestable? | Human Rights and Cultural Diversity: An unstable binomial?. En: Cuadernos electrónicos de filosofía del derecho, 39 2019: 2-

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