natural rights

Genesis of human rights development in the modern age

The article deals with the fundamental and ideological ideas of the most famous philosophers of thіs period. The historical formation of the Human Rights Institute has been explored in the far-sighted ideas of prominent thinkers. Yu. Lipsy in his writings states that natural law is a certain human right to life, which is laid by nature itself. He also devotes his attention to the mind and conscience of a person who, as a judge, is called to determine common sense acts and distinguishes them as immoral and moral.

Theoretical and legal aspects of lawful restrictions on the freedom of movement and free choice of place of residence

In article are considered theoretical questions of legitimate restrictions on the right to freedom of movement and free choice of place of residence. Researched that restrictions under international law are exhaustive and no other restrictions are not valid. Limits imposed by national legislation and existing practice should not extend beyond the limits defined by the international acts. The restriction of freedom of movement and free choice of place of residence may be established in respect of the person’s status and territory to which they apply.

Historical background constitutional recognition human rights in xiii–xviii centuries: european and national theory and practice

The article deals with the development of philosophical and legal views on the theory of natural law as the basis for determining the human rights during XII–XVIII centuries within Europe and in Ukraine. Based on this volume and studied forms of human rights in the consolidation of European and national constitutional acts specified period. Within this, a detailed analysis of the content Bender hetman Phulip Orlyk Constitution, on April 5, 1710.

Justice as the basis right to justice court

In the article the understanding of justice. The complex philosophical and legal ideas and views on the category justice thinkers summarized in three stages: ancient philosophical and legal thought, representatives of the school of “natural law” and a modern understanding of justice. The attention that this is an essential category of rights.