Table of Contents

PREFACE
INTRODUCTION

  1. PROGRESS OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    Historical Development
    Perspectives
  2. THEORY
    Natural Rights
    Ownership of Oneself
    Ownership of Property
    Ownership of Animals
    Collective Ownership
    Disregard of Human Rights
  3. IMPLICATIONS
    Personal Security and Responsibility
    Freedom of Association and Group Rights
    Security of Property
    Control of Animals
    Land and Other Natural Resources
    Practice of Religion
    Education
    Business and Commerce
    Role of Government
  4. FALSE NOTIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS
    Need Generates a Right
    All People Are Equal
    Precedent Sets a Right
    UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  5. IMPLEMENTATION
    Rights to be Implemented
    Political Constitution
    Legislation
    Alternative Domains
    Business Operation
    Education
  6. OPPOSING FORCES
    The Power Game
    Greed and Capitalism
    Extreme Tribalism
    Social Idealism
  7. A TOTAL VIEW
    Attitudes
    A Nation Based on Natural Rights
    The Way Ahead

SUPPLEMENT
Human Rights Theory Applied to Current Issues
Same Sex Marriage
Adoption of Children
Abortion
Circumcision
Capital Punishment
Aboriginal Land Treaties
Disintegration of States
Interference in States
Conquest of States
World Poverty

APPENDIX: Summary of Rights under the Sankey Declaration
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Filed under: | November 19th, 2012


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