An Argument Against Collective Rights and Positive Rights

Natural Rights

Utilitarianism Criticism

Collective Rights

“The notion of ‘collective rights’ (the notion that rights belong to groups, not to individuals) means that ‘rights’ belong to some men, but not to others–that some men have the ‘right’ to dispose of others in any manner they please–and that the criterion of such privileged position consists of numerical superiority” (The Virtue of Selfishness by Ayn Rand, 120)

Positive Rights

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Brock Benton

Brock Benton

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