Categorization of Human Beings versus the Universality of Human Rights

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"Categorization of Human Beings versus the Universality of Human Rights" is a Master Thesis in Human Rights Studies. The thesis builds the Conceptual framework of categorism and is the main source for the information on this wiki. Most of the content on the wiki has been copy-pasted directly from the thesis to the wiki. The author of the thesis is also the owner of this wiki, as well as the author of three other academic theses which touch on the subject of categorism: One Master Thesis in Sociology, one bachelor thesis in psychology, and one bachelor thesis in religon studies. The master thesis "Categorization of Human Beings versus the Universality of Human Rights and the bachelor thesis Prayer Without Belief (Bön utan tro) are both made available for download by the University of Gothenburg, links below.


Download the master thesis "Categorization of Human Beings versus the Universality of Human Rights"

The thesis is freely available in PDF format through the University Library of the University of Gothenburg. Feel free to download it through any of the following links:

In the middle of the page you'll reach through the link, there is a "PDF" icon with "View/Open" or similar text underneath. The icon and the text are both clickable, and so is the file name "gupea_2077_36798_1.pdf". Click on any of these for opening or saving the thesis. In most computers and browsers, a click with the left mouse button while open the thesis in the browser while a click with the right mouse button will instead give you the option to save the PDF to your hard drive.


Download the bachelor thesis "Prayer without belief"

While the main text is in Swedish, it does have a summarry in English at the end. While the main theme of the thesis is exploring what prayer means to people who pray to a higher power without believing in a higher power, it also explore the midclusion that happens to people who fall between categories. (Note: These points have not yet been integrated into this wiki. This parenthesis will be removed once that has been done.) The thesis is freely available in PDF format through the University Library of the University of Gothenburg. Feel free to download it through any of the following links:

In the middle of the page you'll reach through the link, there is a "PDF" icon with "View/Open" or similar text underneath. The icon and the text are both clickable, and so is the file name "gupea_2077_55826_1.pdf". Click on any of these for opening or saving the thesis. In most computers and browsers, a click with the left mouse button while open the thesis in the browser while a click with the right mouse button will instead give you the option to save the PDF to your hard drive.


To be continued

More texts will be made available here in the future.


Questions and comments

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