Human Rights and the World's Major Religions: The Buddhist tradition
Covering the world's major religions, these five volumes together provide a comprehensive examination of the way these faiths view human rights, from ancient times to the present.
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Basic Teachings and Principles
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Islam Democracy and Human Rights
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