The Law of Peoples converted to Persian
Jafar Mohseni has translated John Rawls's "The law of peoples" into Persian, in this volume Rawls tries to show how a global society made by liberal and honorable peoples is achieved.
IBNA: By the law of peoples, Rawls means a particular political understanding to justice and truth based on international juridical and practical norms and laws.
The Law of Peoples extends the idea of a social contract to the Society of Peoples and lays out the general principles that can and should be accepted by both liberal and non-liberal societies as the standard for regulating their behavior toward one another. In particular, it draws a crucial distinction between basic human rights and the rights of each citizen of a liberal constitutional democracy. It explores the terms under which such a society may appropriately wage war against an "outlaw society," and discusses the moral grounds for rendering assistance to non-liberal societies burdened by unfavorable political and economic conditions.
The main question in The Law of Peoples is not international law, but rather the possibility of forming a realistic utopian society and preconditions for its realization.
The first print of John Rawls's "The Law of Peoples" is converted into Persian by Jafar Mohseni and published by Qoqnoos in 1650 copies and 272 pages.
The book was converted into Persian once before by Morteza Bahrani and released by ISCS Press.
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