Rights are transferred to another person when the right-holder abandons his right and the other person claims it. Rights are violated when another person uses the same physical thing in a way that conflicts with our use. Difficult questions are tackled in this book, such as: What rights can children acquire? Can we acquire rights to intellectual property? How can retribution against criminals be implied by free will? Cook, 21 Jan.
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Consequentialism Deontology Virtue. Because the government says you do? Suppose they change their minds? Wouldnt it be better if you could prove that you have a right to your property, including your own body? This book offers such a proof. The proof begins with the premise that people have free will.