The book Mind and Rights – The History, Ethics, Law and Psychology of Human Rights is now available in stores as well as open access.
Mind and Rights - Public talk of Prof. Mahlmann at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights
On February 8th, 2022, Professor Mahlmann held a public talk concerning the topic of "Mind and Rights – Why Human Rights Have Deep Roots in Human Psychology, History, Ethics, and Law" at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights of the Oxford Law Faculty. The talk presents central theses of Professor Mahlmann's forthcoming book "Mind and Rights. Why Human Rights have Deep Roots in Human Psychology, History, Ethics, and Law", to be published 2022 by Cambridge University Press. The talk may be viewed here.
Human rights: Ideology, illusion, source of hope?
There is no reason whatsoever that can be derived from the theories of evolution and human psychology that undermines the case for human rights. Link to article
Parameters of the Legal Regulation of Genome Editing in Switzerland and Europe: