Time and time again i fnd myself explaining to people the principles behind what makes rights rights.
They are pretty simple in the main.
Total sole ownership of the self.
Informed consent required to interact with the selves of others.
Responsibilities to those unable to consent.
The social contract that forms the society we all benefit from which we are all responsible to.
All our rights stem from fairly simple principles. Which need to be consistent and not arbitrary.
Alas as usual plenty of people haven't the faintest ideas as is evidenced in this discussion I'm involved in here at Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters
Plenty of people are making arguments about rights without the faintest understanding, resulting in frequent human rights abuses.
We need far better education for the community about the principles that makes something a right or a human rights abuse.
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