Friends, romans, countrymen: Is there a universal right to identity?

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Authors: Brownsword, R.

Journal: Law, Innovation and Technology

Volume: 1

Issue: 2

Pages: 223-249

Considers how new and emerging technologies are challenging the concept of personal identity in various ways and applies the moral philosophy of Alan Gewirth to assess the human rights implications of this. Examines whether any claim of a universal human right is sustainable and analyses whether there is a universal right to identity. Outlines the salient characteristics of the community of rights concept and discusses its application to identity card and implant technologies.

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Authors: Brownsword, R.

Journal: Law, Innovation and Technology

Volume: 1

Issue: 2

Pages: 223-249

eISSN: 1757-997X

ISSN: 1757-9961

DOI: 10.1080/17579961.2009.11428372

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