Protection of a Person’s Right to Private Life and the Confidentiality of Personal Information
Physical Life is a Value, Whereas Health is a Value Subordinated to Life and Flowing from It
Summary and Reflection
Humanists first of all but later
responsibility for the health of the Rhine and their interest in its preservation thus motivated these watercourse States to form a cooperative community.
Enforcing human rights worldwide is probably the community interest that is most detached from individual State interests. 35 Every State has a
icc and of the unict s.
Penalties applicable to core crimes: Ethiopian law vis-à-vis the Statutes of the icc and unict s
1 Finiteness as aMotivator for Human Behaviour
Finiteness, the fact that things come to an end, is a strong motivator for human behaviour. According to the commodity theory of social psychology, a commodity – understood as a useful thing, not necessarily a material object – will be valued to
Anthropocene imagery of biodiversity loss fueled by unsustainable human behaviour meant that biodiversity law ought to reform to adopt a more ecocentric orientation that recognises the inherent value of all forms of life on Earth. 7 I have since adopted a socio-ecological systems perspective that grapples
good and offers a reliable instrument to govern our actions, as witnessed by the countless decisions that conscience enlightens in daily life.
c Social and Religious Norms are Transcended through the Moral Sense Perceived by Personal Conscience
Personal conscience allows everyone to judge
rights protection can
motivate consensual compliance with the law and encourage respect
for the practical protection of minority rights globally. Generally, minori-
ties fall within a vulnerable category7 of human beings whose need
for human rights protection is morally justifiable and appealing to
law approaches the division of assets and the allocation of maintenance on di-
vorce. I was motivated by the change from fault to irretrievable breakdown as
the ground for divorce1 to look at principles that English law and lawyers had
taken for granted for over a century. Why, I asked myself
structural deficiencies, inequality (exemplified by unacceptable living conditions of vulnerable groups in Latin America), and exclusion of people from meaningful participation in society, by establishing a “general framework for the full realization of democracy, the rule of law, and human rights”. 25 It
child’, the ‘paramount consideration of
the court or adoption agency must be the child’s welfare, throughout his life’.
The requirement to consider the child’s welfare ‘throughout his life’ marks a
further distinction between adoption orders, which have life-long effects, and
orders made under the