The final item of three on human rights from a Chinese Marxist perspective is now available. It is my most complete study on the question, offering a comparison between Western European liberal and Chinese Marxist traditions. It may be found at Australian Academy of Humanties symposia website.
‘Sovereignty and Human Rights: A Comparison between the Western European liberal and Chinese Marxist Traditions’. Link here.
In the process of writing a series of three articles on Chinese Marxist human rights, two pre-publication versions have been posted on – of all things – the website of the Australian Academy of Humanities. I do not quite understand why they asked for them, given the other items, but there you go:
1. The State and Minority Nationalities in China
2. ‘We Have Freedom of Religion’: Understanding Chinese Marxist Approaches to Human Rights
3. Sovereignty and Human Rights: A Chinese Perspective (this one will be complete by January)
I am completing a series of three articles on the contrasts between European and Chinese Marxist approaches to human rights. The following slides are from a powerpoint that I use in different situations.