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absence absolute actual aleph-null analysis apply balance basic needs benefit called choice citizens claim-rights coercion comparative justice Concept condition conflict constitutional constraint contribution courts desires discretionary rights distinction distributive justice Doe's duties economic enforcement equal example exceptionless exceptive clauses fact fair formal free speech freedom given ground H. L. A. Hart harm principle human rights human worth hurt important individual injustice interest James Fitzjames Stephen John Doe John Rawls judgment justified kind L. T. Hobhouse legal right legislative liberty material principle Mill Model Penal Code morals offenses natural negative freedom negative rights obscene offense principle one's permitted person Philosophy plausible political positive possession possible precisely presumption prevent prima-facie right privilege procedural justice protection punishment question reason relevant respects require restrict risk rules sense simply social society specific right standard theory thing tion torture treated treatment unfair valid claim voluntary wants