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P.C. Chang and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights / Hans Ingvar Roth.

By: Roth, Hans Ingvar.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN2878.C487 N36 2018Series: Pennsylvania studies in human rights: Publication: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2018Description: x, 298 p. : ill., port.Notes: Published originally in Swedish under the title: När Konfucius kom till FN : Peng Chun Chang och FN's förklaring om de mänskliga rättigheterna. Stockholm : Dialogos, 2016.ISBN: 9780812250565 (pbk.); 0812250567.Subject(s): Chang, Peng Chun, 1892-1957 | Chang, Peng Chun, 1892-1957 -- Ethics | United Nations. General Assembly. Universal Declaration of Human Rights | Human rights -- History -- 20th century
Contents:
Peng Chun Chang's early life in China and studies in the United States -- Raising a family, theatrical activities, university and diplomatic careers -- New York and the United Nations -- Chang's multifaceted and intense life -- Peng Chun Chang and the UN Declaration on Human Rights -- Chang's ideas about ethics and human rights -- Chang, Malik, and Cassin -- Chang's intercultural ethics and the UN declaration -- Chang's triumphs, defeats, and "blind spots."
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Published originally in Swedish under the title: När Konfucius kom till FN : Peng Chun Chang och FN's förklaring om de mänskliga rättigheterna. Stockholm : Dialogos, 2016.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Peng Chun Chang's early life in China and studies in the United States -- Raising a family, theatrical activities, university and diplomatic careers -- New York and the United Nations -- Chang's multifaceted and intense life -- Peng Chun Chang and the UN Declaration on Human Rights -- Chang's ideas about ethics and human rights -- Chang, Malik, and Cassin -- Chang's intercultural ethics and the UN declaration -- Chang's triumphs, defeats, and "blind spots."

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