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It should be read by anyone who thinks there is a difference between taking rights seriously and taking them for granted. Jeremy Waldron has therefore added an extensive concluding essay which relates these classic texts to the modern discussion of rights and re-examines the idea of rights in the light of contemporary critiques. Toleration and Its Limits. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! The Opinion of Mankind. Find it on Scholar. Bentham, Jeremy — — Anarchical fallacies Burke, Edmund — — Reflections on the revolution in France, and on the proceedings on certain societies in London relative to that event Marx, Karl — — Zur Judenfrage Marx, Karl.
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