Tagore was an individualist. He had more faith in individual than in any Institution. He laid stress on right and freedom of
History is full with the great personalities, who can never be forgotten as they had contributed a lot in their life period. Among them are Gandhi and Tagore, who made a great contribution in world history. Both of them are born in last quarter of the nineteenth century. Tagore in 1861 and Gandhi in 1869 and lived up to the India got independence from the colonial rule (coward, 2003). Gandhi and Tagore were so famous that their mutual friend C.F Andrews once argued Tagore as modern, while as Gandhi is the St. Francis of Assisi(ibid, pp:107).While as john Haynes Holmes compared Gandhi and Tagore as Erasmus and Luther (the poet’s anxiety).
INTRODUCTION The journal of Cultural Relativist and Feminist Critiques of International Human Rights - Friends or Foes by Oonagh Reitman is discussing about the critiques of cultural relativist and feminist towards the International Human Rights. In 1989, Donnelly states that International Human Rights is universal, that human rights owned by the human with substantial, form and interpretation that will not bend to variety of culture. But the statements that are different to the cultural relativist opinion that stated the source of human rights is a culture, and as a culturally diverse, and non-universal. While the feminist critique to International Human rights that in fact, the one who holds the human rights are only men, not women, also
This book receives an applied methodology to the issue of Hinduism and human rights in a social ethos in which they are seen, in any event at first, as contradictory, if not hostile to one another, maybe actually showing a repugnance for one another bordering on threatening vibe. It offers a rich system of interrelated inquiries regarding human rights from an assortment of Hindu and non-Hindu edges. The study concentrates on the reasonable level of verbal confrontation and tries to demonstrate that there is space for established or customary Hindu ideas and thoughts in the current universal civil arguments on human rights' security. The book raises numerous germane issues concerning the connection in the middle of Hinduism and human rights. The indological writing on Hinduism and Hindu society has never tended to the human rights' point of view, and the writer has examined this issue by talking about issues like the station framework (varṇa, jati), the phases of life (asrama), the four Ages (yugas), and
The approach states that a human right is not qualified by any legal instrument or any institution. The moral theories focus on the universality of human rights despite our various backgrounds such as race, culture, religion or geographical boundaries. They further elaborate that human beings owe each other respect that cannot only be defined by international human rights instruments but by the fact that one is human. Jerome Shestack; in his paper ‘Philosophical foundations of Human rights’, explain theology as a source of human rights. He said that Theology states that human rights stem from a higher law than the state, The Supreme being.
Rabindranath Tagore a writer of modern era was very influenced by this principle of humanism. The credit of such impact can be given to the atmosphere of Tagore’s household in which he grew up and the values which he inculcated during the years of his upbringing. Tagore’s house was always full of people who were the pioneers of social renaissance in British India. The likes of Raja Rammohan Roy and others had a great impression on his mind and thoughts. So when he started writing all the influences on his got mirrored in his works especially short stories.
According to feminists, Human Rights are a product of the dominant male half of the world framed in their language reflecting their need and aspiration (Brems, 1997:137). They further argues that, while the ‘Rights of Man’ which were originally conceived by the great liberal thinkers, they were not intended to include women. Further, they state that today’s universal human rights according to feminist still overlook them as a matter of fact. This emphasizes that, the feminist critique of human rights thus, basically argues for the inclusion of human rights protection system. Feminist of all strands advance various means to realize this
Swami Vivekananda’s spiritual humanism- a Psychological Perspective Ranjan das Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile no. 9735084578 Designation: Asst. Teacher Malda Town High School Abstract Humanism is an approach to life based on reason and our common humanity, recognizing that moral values are properly founded on human nature an experience alone. –The Bristal Humanist Group. Humanism says people can find purpose in life and maximize their long-term happiness by developing their talents and using those talents for the service of humanity.
As we know Human Right is one of the complicated issues of 21th century. She started her argument with this that west proclaimed that the human rights were the blessing given by them to the whole world. She gave us the view that these human rights what the west claim that it’s given by them is not right. On the other hand these were bestowed upon us by Allah on us about 1400 years ago. After the argument she tell us that Islam was the one who gave us these rights so that everybody could live its life according to their belief without the discrimination of race, color and cast.
Human Rights What are Human Rights? Human Rights are commonly understood as being those rights which are inherent to the human being. The concept of human rights acknowledges that every single human being is entitled to enjoy his or her human rights without distinction as to race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Human rights are legally guaranteed by human rights law, protecting individuals and groups against actions which interfere with fundamental freedom and human dignity. They are expressed in treaties, customary international law, bodies of principles and other sources of law.