Universalism and Cultural Relativism: Understanding the clash of human rights ideas
By DeepshikhaPublished on 21 April 2021 1:54 AM GMT
The Doctrine of Cultural Relativism represents moral rules, social institutions evidence, and astonishing cultural and historical variability. Being an undeniable fact, cultural relativity holds that at least some of such variations are exempted from legitimate criticism by outsiders. The doctrine is strongly supported by notions of self-determination and communal autonomy. Since human rights are vested with everyone simply… Read More »
Updated On 24 April 2021 1:15 AM GMT
Deepshikha is a law student from National Law University, Odisha.