• Title: نشأة حقوق الإنسان: لمحة تاريخية
  • Author: Lynn Hunt
  • ISBN: 9789777192019
  • Page: 494
  • Format: ebook
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    1. الغرب أبعد ما يكون عن حقوق الإنسان، والمغالطة في العنوان الذي يعاش بالمقلوب والذي يُفترض أن يُكتب كالتالي؛ "نشأة حقوق الغرب بعيداً عن الإنسان."تجاهلت الكاتبة حقوق العالم خارج دول العالم الأول، وجعلت المركزية في الطرح محلية، وكأن الغربي هو تاريخ الحقوق الوحيد وما تم من استرد [...]

    2. If I had written a book of non-fiction, I would have liked it to end up like this one. Lynn Hunt is a history professor, specialising in the French Revolution, which means I like her already, and the central argument of Inventing Human Rights is that the growth of certain types of novels during the Enlightenment, amongst other things, directly contributed to a different conception of "self" and personal boundaries, as well as changing how people empathised, which turned the tide of public opinio [...]

    3. This book sets out to explain how the concept of human rights, i.e. rights owing simply to one's status as a human, rather than as a member of a particular political community, gained widespread currency. She traces the origins of human rights to the eighteenth-century Western Enlightenment and tries to make the argument that it emerged at this point in time because there was a fundamental change in how ordinary individuals related to one another and in how they thought -- namely they developed [...]

    4. تستعرض المؤلفة المؤشرات السلوكية و النفسية لدى الإنسان الأوروبي قبيل تشكّل مفاهيم حقوق الإنسان ، ثم تذهب إلى بدايات هذه المفاهيم من خلال فلاسفة الأنوار و دورهم و دور القضايا الاجتماعية التي حدثت و أثّرت في طروحاتهم حول هذه المفاهيم ، هذه المفاهيم التي بشّرت بالحراك الثوري [...]

    5. Hunt begins by locating the rise of human rights with the rise of the novel. Eighteenth century literary culture encouraged readers to identify directly and intensely with those unlike themselves--learning to feel what was called sympathy then and is called empathy now for characters on the pages of "Clarissa", "Pamela" (Richardson) and "Julie" (Rousseau) led to the ability to identify with people in utterly different conditions than that of the reader. Individuals discovered or developed profou [...]

    6. Hunt‘s Buch behandelt weniger die „Erfindung“ der Menschenrechte als es sich hierbei zunächst um eine kurze (durchaus interessante) Begriffsgeschichte handelt, gefolgt von einzelnen Faktoren, die im Laufe der Zeit die sich stetig veränderte Deutung der universellen Menschenrechte eine Rolle gespielt haben. Zeitlicher resp. thematischer Fokus liegt auf der US-amerikanischen Declaration of Independence (1776), der französischen Declaration of the Rights of Man (1791) und der UN Declaratio [...]

    7. This book attempts something monumental that most historians don't try to answer: What motivates people's shifts in moral perspective? How can we explain these often-rapid shifts in specific historical contexts. Specifically, Hunt tries (and mainly succeeds) in explaining why when human rights believers like Jefferson and the framer of the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen said that these rights were both universal and self-evident, why did so many people believe it and act upo [...]

    8. 2.5 starsThis wasn't very cohesive and it felt contradictory. At the end of the introduction, she said her argument was how epistolary novels and empathy helped further human rights. She only really talked about novels in the first chapter and then went off to talk about other things. It just felt like I was reading more than one book. And then the last chapter is titled "The Soft Power of Humanity: How Human Rights Failed Only to Succeed in the Long Run." But then she says that "human rights is [...]

    9. كتاب دسم جدا عن تطور فكرة حقوق الانسان من اول القرون الوسطى ومحاكم التفتيش الى الاعلان العالمى لحقوق الانسان عام 1948يحتوى تحليل قوى ومنطقى لنشوء فكرة حقوق الانسان مع عرض لاهم الوثائق التاريخية التى تشرح فكرة تطور احساس الانسان بانسانيته وقدرته على الانفصال عن الجموع والتعا [...]

    10. انصح أصدقائي بقراءته وخاصة اولاءك الذين يهتمون بالسياسه

    11. This was a fascinating alternative historical perspective on how "human rights" came to shape the American and French Revolutions. Of particular interest to me, was Hunt's convincing argument in Chapter One that 18th century epistolary novels helped create a sense of "inner-self," in readers, thus promoting empathy for "other" that extended to strangers and previously undervalued citizens. The chapter on torture was also fascinating, as Hunt argued that awareness of inner self led to a belief th [...]

    12. Her idea is an interesting one; that an appreciation of literature fostered the empathy that led to the concept of and defense of human rights. I'm not sure it's as simple as that but even so it is interesting to think of the effect that books like "Uncle Tom's Cabin" have wrought. I particularly enjoyed reading about other readers experiences. Especially this quotation from Diderot about finishing an engrossing read: "I felt the same sensation that men feel who have been closely entwined and li [...]

    13. This book was quite an interesting read."Inventing Human Rights" was a study in how Human Rights came to be such a influence in the late 1770s.Hunt makes a case of showing the downfall of torture, the rise of what many consider to be the philosophical start of rights, and even goes so far as to say that, in the context of the Post Revolutionary Period of France, the subject of rights died off until after World War II and the founding of the United Nations.All in all, this book was a wonderful re [...]

    14. لولا اعتقادي الراسخ أن كل كتاب لا يخلو من فائدة. لقلت أن هذا الكتاب لا فائدة منه. الا تعريف بسيط بفكرة حقوق الإنسان لكنها مشوشة وتركز على الغرب كأنه منبعها الوحيد .

    15. كتاب رائع للين هانت، ينقسم لخمسة فصول بين المقدمة والملحق. تناولت في الفصل الأول روايات القرن الثامن عشر باعتبارها أحد أهم العوامل التي ساهمت في تمهيد الطريق لترسيخ مفاهيم حقوق الإنسان من خلال اعتمادها أسلوب (الرواية الرسائلية) وتسليطها الضوء على فكرة (الرغبة في الاستقلال ا [...]

    16. Outro livro histórico incrível. Por mais que a gente saiba que é um assunto ainda em plena evolução e com o qual as pessoas se digladiam: como se ao permitir mais direitos ao outro fizesse com que os direitos já estabelecidos perdessem valor. Aliás o que senti falta no livro foi justamente não prosseguir com a evolução dos direitos após a formação das Nações Unidas depois da segunda guerra mundial. Acompanhar a evolução até os dias atuais. E também o foco nos EUA e Europa, mai [...]

    17. Lynn Hunt, Inventing Human Rights (2007)Gregory Clark, A farewell to Alms (2007)Hunt, a UCLA historian, tries in this book to explain why 18th century western Europe was the first society in history to develop a concept of “human rights,” as opposed to the earlier idea of political and other rights enjoyed by certain individuals, such as Roman senators or King John’s barons. Her answer is that the concept developed in large part because of the invention of the novel as a literary form, ear [...]

    18. Concise and accessible, Lynn Hunt's Inventing Human Rights presents a good history of the ideas of human rights as they emerged in the Enlightenment.I liked her first chapter best, where she focuses on Richardson's Pamela and Clarissa and Rousseau's Julie and argues that their ability to provoke strong emotions from readers (hint: not boredom) encouraged empathy from readers for people different than themselves. With the sense of the individual having emerged over the past few centuries, along w [...]

    19. في المسودة التي كتبها توماس جيفرسون لإعلان الاستقلال وبعد التنقيح كانت هذه العبارة ( نحن نؤمن بأن الحقائق الآتية من البديهيات ، وهي أن جميع البشر قد خُلقوا متساوين ، وأن خالقهم قد حباهم بحقوق معينة لا يمكن انتزاعها ، ومن بين هذه الحقوق حق الحياة والحرية والسعي لتحقيق السعادة [...]

    20. Hunt traces in this short book the history of the creation of the modern doctrine of human rights. How did human rights become "evident", natural, equal and universal in world that still has a long way to actually respecting them? The answer is given in short but interest insights, such as 1) The connection between the relaxation of our community networks, the increasing self-awareness of our bodies and the rise of the individualism that helped support the concept of "Rights of Man" during the F [...]

    21. Dr. Nabeel Yasin, the Iraqi poet, writer, academic and politician, has chosen to discuss Lynn Hunt's Inventing Human Rights: A History, on FiveBooks as one of the top five on his subject - Democracy in Iraq, saying that:“This book describes the struggle for human rights in Europe. For me the most important thing about this book is that is reminds the people who live in democratic states and societies about how the struggle for human rights started 500 years ago. These modern people are able to [...]

    22. There are several interesting claims in this book - the potential role of more Europeans reading epistolary novels making them more empathetic across gender/social class, etc. boundaries, for example. However, I am not convinced of the author's overall argument that the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen/French Revolution is the most important precedent of our modern understandings of universal human rights. Plenty of people argue that the idea of human rights is a Western construction [...]

    23. Inventing Human Rights" moves from the rather bizarre discussion of how "Pamela" gave everyone practice with empathy, to how that empathy led to attempts to end torture, to how Christian men were given rights, to Jews (men) being given rights, blacks (men) being given rights. Women, well not so much. But, the granting of rights to groups like Jews and blacks, led inevitably to bigots who were determined to find "scientific" reasons for identifying groups as "lesser." This concept of finding "sci [...]

    24. A well written book that lacks in focus. Inventing human rights describes the role that certain cultural practices of the 18th century had forming the human rights tradition we know today.Hunt clearly knows her stuff, but I feel that the book's focus suffers when she leaves the french revolution. Each chapter is interesting and insightful, but they fail to form an overall picture or a coherent thesis. While interesting her conclusions aren't always convincing and could benefit from some more in [...]

    25. Fantastic, important, beautiful, a new favorite. Lynn Hunt does an incredible job of pulling together individuals, histories, tragedies, and artists to move us through the declarations of human rights, "The process had and has an undeniable circularity to it: you know the meaning of human rights because you feel distressed when they are violated. The truths of human rights might be paradoxical in this sense, but they are nonetheless self-evident." Let's grow together in empathy, for "The history [...]

    26. Inventing Human Rights is, first and foremost, one of the books that proved to me that books assigned for school don't have to be dry and dense. Lynn Hunt offers a very interesting perspective on the "invention of human rights" in the context of the American and French Revolutions, and draws support from a variety of primary sources. I found her argument to be quite compelling, although I haven't done enough of my own research to justly decide whether I completely agree or not. What I enjoyed mo [...]

    27. Despite its nature as a forced reading for school, I still thoroughly enjoy its discussion on the evolution of human rights and its place in the history of mankind. It is quite controversial and fascinating an argument to make about how reading novels could increase people's empathy and bridge the gap of indifference between classes, thus contributing to the development of the rights of man. I have my belief in the power of words and this notion, albeit its shortcoming and credibility, reinforce [...]

    28. Hunt does a wonderful job of putting human rights in historical perspective. Starting with the question of what the preconditions are for thinking of humans as having rights and going on to consider what it means to declare the existence of universal human rights and then to the, often ironic, consequences of having made such declarations, Hunt enriched my appreciation for the place of human rights in the world today. Yesterday Charles Taylor was convicted of aiding and abetting crimes against h [...]

    29. كان سلس جداً و واضح، تعرف أنك نقرا كتاب جيد عندما نرى مفسك تتفقد المراجع.ناقش عدة جوانب من دون أن يتعمق فبها، كان من الشيق بالنسبة لي الإطلاع على المؤثرات و التغيرات لم أكن اعرف أن للرواية كل هذا التأثير في تشكيل معتقدات من شئنها تغير التاريخ المستقبل.من الأشياء السلبية (تقري [...]

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