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This preliminary material presents the table of contents and an introduction for the book Human Rights and the Unborn Child. The human rights of the unborn child were recognized right from the beginning in the foundation documents of modern international human rights law. These rights have always been there but regrettably they have been obscured for some decades now by the rise of a new pro-abortion ideology in the form of radical feminism. The author tries to hold some of the most damaging reinterpretations up to the searchlight of historical context, including a reminder of the original purpose and meaning and the philosophical foundation of modern international human rights law.

Keywords: human rights of unborn child; radical feminism



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