The “Declaration of the Rights of Man” is a fundamental document of French revolution, defining the individual and collective rights of estates of the realms as universal. Influenced by the doctrine of the natural rights, the rights of man are universal, valid at all the time and at every place pertaining to human nature itself. although it establishes fundamental rights of french citizen and all the members of the social body.  It addresses neither the status of the woman nor slavery,despite that precursor document to international human rights instruments.
Sep 7th, 2014
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