The Effects of Historical Evolution on the Concept and Content of Economic Human Rights
Keywords:fundamental human rights; well-being; full economic satisfaction; human personality development; progress
Economic human rights can be considered as fundamental rights that characterize the well-being of the person, the state of attachment of the individual characterized by a full economic satisfaction that allows him to assert himself both as a separate subject and as a collective member of a community organized by people, whereas fundamental human rights as subjective rights of citizens, essential for their life, freedom and dignity, indispensable for the free development of the human personality.
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