Tuesday, August 11, 2020

The Problem of Man’s Rights

The concept of man’s rights is intelligible only against the background of a social order. When there is no social order, the concept of man’s rights becomes incoherent. The natural world does not recognize man’s rights. In a state of nature, man has no rights. The existence of a social order or a nation is a necessary condition for the concept of man’s rights to become coherent.

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