The article examines some central questions regarding the evolution of law in the light of the presence of the practice of protecting human rights, in the domestic and in the international domains. It identifies a shift in the same practice of human rights, visible in the coming back of war as a legitimate mean, and asserts that that shift is a defective reading of the same practice of human rights, connected to the resistance of law to the challenge represented by rights.
|Number of pages||26|
|Journal||FÌLOSOFÌÂ PRAVA Ì ZAGALʹNA TEORÌÂ PRAVA|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|