How literature can inform human rights

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Literature can transform our view of the world and help foster a sense of empathy for the suffering of others.

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The American philosopher Richard Rorty believed that the best way to combat human rights violations was to engage people emotionally, rather that rationally. He believed that a global culture of human rights, which in essence is a universally shared sense of humanity, could unite people from different backgrounds.

Tim Robertson

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