TITLE

OS DIREITOS HUMANOS SOB O PRISMA CONSTITUCIONAL: UM OLHAR KANTIANO EM RELAÇÃO À LIBERDADE

AUTHOR(S)
MICHELIN, SILMARES SONIA
PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
Synesis;jul-dez2013, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p182
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The fundamental principles and objectives of the Federal Constitution of 1988 served as the foundation for human rights occupy great importance in Brazilian society. Thus, these rights have expanded internationally through Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other documents positivized to safeguard this historical evolution. Currently occupy a large space in society and are the responsibility of the State, which should propagate them through Efficient Public Policies. The maximum freedom on Kantian behind close relationship with the fundamental rights mentioned in our federal constitution, serving as the basis for the creation of our legal system with regard to human rights, specifically concerning the principles of human dignity and citizenship.
ACCESSION #
93981832

 

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