Rethinking Political Violence, Memory and Law - Introduction

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Kamiloglu, O. and Rossi, F. (2017). Rethinking Political Violence, Memory and Law - Introduction. London Journal of critical thought. 1 (2).
AuthorsKamiloglu, O. and Rossi, F.
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The liberal humanitarian tradition constructs the concept of the human and his or her right to be protected against any form of violence. Western democracies build their justice on the principle of enlightened universal rationality that is supposed to distinguish their source of the rule of law from that of the ‘barbarian Other’ whose law is considered to be entangled with violence.

KeywordsLaw; Memory; Violence
Year2017
JournalLondon Journal of critical thought
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