I. The relevance and meaning of the problems with the concept and the foundation of human rights.
1.- The distinction and the relationship between the concept and the foundation of human rights.
2. The problems of the conception of rights.
2.1.- Terminology problems. Vagueness, ambiguity and emotion.
2.2 The consideration of different parameters for the foundation of rights: Moral, Law, Social Reality and History.
2.3 The different concepts: natural rights, human rights, moral rights and fundamental rights.
3. The problems of the foundation of rights.
3.1 On the possibility of the foundation.
3.2 On the need of the foundation.
3.3 On the justification of the foundation.
3.4.- On the unity of the foundation.
4. Ethics, Power and Law: the rights as expression of public ethics of Modernity.
4.1.- The dynamism of freedom.
4.2.- The social, political and legal freedom.
4.3.- Ethics (public of Modernity), Power (Rule of Law) and Law (fundamental rights).
II. Proposals on the foundation of human rights .
1. Abstract and historical proposals.
2. Moral and legal proposals.
2.1 The natural law foundation of natural rights.
2.2 The theory of moral rights.
2.3.- The dualist and "trialist" foundations of fundamental rights.
3. Liberal, communitarian and republican proposals.
4. The foundation of rights based on human needs.
III. Values, principles and rights.
1. Human dignity.
5. Globalization and rights.