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Freedom of Language: A Universal Human Right to Be Recognised

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Human rights as legal rights originate from human rights as pre-existing moral rights; however, as pre-existing human rights are unwritten and invisible, it is uncertain whether all of these rights have been recognised and defined properly. This article advances the thought that if there are any human rights at all and if the civil and political rights recognised and defined by the United Nations represent these pre-existing human rights, then there must be at least one more such right, the right of all to freedom of language and, therefore, the United Nations ought to recognise and define this right too.

Affiliations: 1: Professor and Head of Department of Political Science and Social Theory, Faculty of Law, University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary


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