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Global Sociology and the Nature of Rights La sociologie et le caractère des droits Sociología global y la naturaleza de los derechos

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Citizenship is fundamentally a western political and legal concept; it is also a concept relevant specifically to a national polity. By contrast human rights have been, since their formal proclamation in 1948, promoted as universal rights. The relationship between the social rights of national citizenship and the human rights of the Declaration provides a useful case study in which to discover whether sociology can provide concepts and theories that function across conceptual boundaries and territorial borders. Furthermore, human rights discourse may prove to be the primary candidate for sociology to operate as an effective discourse of global social reality. However, human rights require duties if they are to be binding. This article considers the reformulation of the Tobin Tax as a basis for creating human duties as a necessary foundation for human rights. On pense de la citoyenneté comme un concept occidentale politique et juridique; mais elle est aussi un concept spécifiquement lié à la nation. Par contre, depuis leur proclamation formelle en 1948, les droits humains sont jugés des droits universels. Le rapport entre les droites sociales de la citoyenneté nationale et les droits de l'homme de la déclaration fournit une étude de cas utile dans laquelle pour découvrir si la sociologie peut fournir les concepts et les théories qui fonctionnent à travers des frontières conceptuelles et des frontières territoriales. En outre, le discours de droits de l'homme peut s'avérer être le candidat primaire pour que la sociologie fonctionne comme discours efficace de réalité sociale globale. Cependant, les droits de l'homme exigent des fonctions s'ils doivent durer. En fin, cet article considère la reformulation de l'impôt de Tobin comme base pour créer des devoirs humains comme fondation nécessaire pour les droits humains. La ciudadanía es fundamentalmente un concepto político y legal occidental; es también un concepto específicamente relevante para la política nacional. Por contraste, los derechos humanos han sido propuestos, desde su proclamación formal en 1948, como derechos universales. La relación entre los derechos sociales de la ciudadanía nacional y los derechos humanos de la Declaración proporciona un estudio de caso útil para descubrir si la sociología puede proporcionar conceptos y teorías que funcionan a través de fronteras conceptuales y territoriales. Además, el discurso de os derechos humanos puede convertirse en el primer candidato de la sociología para operar como un discurso efectivo de la realidad social global. Sin embargo, los derechos humanos requieren deberes si queremos que sean efectivos. Este artículo analiza la reformulación de la Tasa Tobin como base para la creación de deberes humanos como un fundamento necesario para los derechos humanos.


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