Human Rights
edited by Jeffrey Paul

A collection of essays dealing with linguistic and philosophic aspects of the concept of rights. Most of the essays meander around and reach no conclusions. The most useful one is a defense of indirect utilitarianism by John Gray. At least it is clear and makes a point, even though it is wrong.

Year Read: 1986


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