|Abstract||I propose to write a book of about 50,000-55,000 words on the subject of rights. It will be aimed at upper-level undergraduates and postgraduates pursuing studies in moral philosophy, political philosophy, law, legal philosophy, political science, political theory, or government. My hope is to provide a readable, accessible introduction to the history, formal structure, philosophical implications, and political tendencies of the idea of rights. The modest level of technicality I hope to maintain is exemplified by Bernard Williams's Morality (Cambridge, 1972).|
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