By Attracta Ingram
Drawing at the culture of the social agreement in addition to the wealth of modern paintings in political concept the ebook argues for a distinct notion of rights. Rights are conceived as a undeniable form of political declare, justified via a Kantian excellent of autonomy. additionally, that justification presents an ethical foundation for rights that, whereas autonomous of legislations and customized, is usually tied to a picture of citizenship quite fitted to the pluralistic nature of latest liberal society.
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A Political Theory of Rights by Attracta Ingram