The Withdrawal of Rights

The Withdrawal of Rights

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Like most discussions within the tradition of rights-talk, this study is motivated by the desire to promote the idea that rights are moral assets that people should acquire in the course of their membership within social and political frameworks. However, while most participants in rights-talk concentrate on the safety and protection constraints required for a successful exercising of rights, the present study inquires into the circumstances under which people's rights lose their validity. The author believes that if we want to prevent the erosion of the role of rights within society and to encourage their obligatory status, we should prevent their misuse, or their unjustified or excessive use. Those who have interests in rights, and are concerned about their withdrawal or denial, will find a unique and inventive way of dealing both with the use, as well as the abuse of rights.The conclusion of the above argument is that abortion is permissible at any stage of pregnancy, since the mothera#39;s rights ... According to this objection, abortion is wrong because it violates this right, just as killing is wrong because it violates aanbsp;...

Title:The Withdrawal of Rights
Author:O. Ezra
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2002-09-30


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