Are there derivative natural rights? At first glance, this appears to be quite an odd question. One is tempted to answer, “Of course not.” Natural rights are conventionally conceived of as absolute protections for individuals that spring directly from either the word of God or human nature. Few theorists currently accept that any such entities exist and almost all would contend that, if they did, they would necessarily be morally fundamental in nature.
Are There Derivative Natural Rights?
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