EIRP Proceedings, Vol 14, No 1 (2019)

Human Rights, International and Constitutional Guarantees - Concept and Evolution. Elements that Lead to the Need for Coding of Human Rights

Emilian Ciongaru

Abstract


The science of human rights is influenced by the other social sciences because the areas taken into consideration were and are in contact with other areas belonging to other disciplines, and they are not few in number. Thus, the chains of interference between disciplines have a high frequency. In our times, we are witnessing a continuous fragmentation of the social sciences in specialisations more or less narrow. Human rights are initially studied in parallel with two or more disciplines. Gradually, a new field was institutionalised, which, by emancipation, was recognised as independent. It has rightly been said that the history of science is the history of the multiplication and diversification of subdisciplines, which, by maturing, were recognised as disciplines. This is the case for the science of human rights. The field of human rights was created by successive contributions arising from researching the great principles in the field, of the normative provisions, of the institutions. However, as any other theoretical, pure and applied science, the science of human rights has progressed through the alternation of periods of brightness and others of obscurity. 

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