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Does every individual share the same basic rights? posted 01 July 2008 in Philosophy DiscussionDoes every individual share the same basic rights? by Callan S., Auditor

Then regardless of whether a human has the right to live, you would think that, yeah? Whether they have the right, or society gives the right, or whether there is no such right anywhere in existance, you would still think that.

Then your thinking is quite outside of any system of rights. It's a bit off topic of me, but I think your original question might be in conflict with itself a bit. You would not be constrained by any such 'rights' structure, anyway, thinking as you wish.

Is the the idea of rights important to the thread? Or does it matter in that it's handy to reign in other human beings who might otherwise threaten the thing you care about? The idea of rights might be a second can of worms. view post


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