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    • A contextual analysis of the hate speech provisions of the equality act 

      Marais, M E; Pretorius, J L (2015)
      The article presents a detailed contextual analysis of the categorical prohibition of hate speech in terms of section 10(1) of the Equality Act. It is argued that this provision is not primarily intended to describe and ...
    • The core meaning of human dignity 

      Steinmann, Rinie (2016)
      The concept of human dignity is relatively new in international and domestic constitutional law. Dignity is protected as a value or a right, or both, in international law and many domestic jurisdictions. It is difficult ...
    • Dignity and work: global market and self-sustenance 

      Venter, J J (2007)
      It is argued here that market fundamentalistic theories ignore the issue of human agency in work, and the different types of work, because – focussing on the market mechanism, supply, demand, and price - they have lost ...
    • Humanism and nature – some reflections on a complex relationship 

      Rüsen, Jörn (2006)
      The paper starts with a systematical analysis of the interrelationship of humanism and nature. It proceeds to a historical reconstruction of this relationship in the development of Western humanism from ancient Rome via ...
    • A selection of constitutional perspectives on human kidney sales 

      Venter, Bonnie (2013)
      There are thousands of desperate people globally who need a kidney for transplantation. The number of people who require a kidney transplant continues to escalate faster than the number of kidneys available for a transplant. ...
    • Teaching about dying and death: the 1918 Flu epidemic in South Africa 

      Siebörger, Rob; Firth, Barry (The South African Society forHistory Teaching (SASHT) under the patronage of the North-West University, 2020)
      It seems obvious that while others around us are concerned with trying to understand the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ways in which it has disrupted so much of our lives and professional work, history educators ...