Rethinking Rights and Responsibilities: The Moral Bonds of Community

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Pilgrim Press, 1994 - Political Science - 441 pages
The author's reconceptualization of human rights through an investigation of the requisites of community is brilliant! -- John F. Kilner, author of Life on the LineMay well be his masterwork! -- Max L. Stackhouse, Princeton Theological Seminary

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Dyck documents his concern that "human rights are being seriously violated not only in practice, but in theory.'' He shows that theories of rights have undermined human communities by emphasizing ... Read full review

Contents

TWO From Natural Rights to Utility
41
THREE From Natural Rights to Class Consciousness
69
Autonomy Versus
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