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Natural Rights and Legal Rights By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book Article asserts that the Natural Right of Liberty entails the Legal Right for each person, that, "That which is not forbidden by law is permitted by law."
Natural Rights and Legal Rights By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book Article asserts that the Natural Right of Liberty entails the Legal Right for each person, that, "That which is not forbidden by law is permitted by law."
Hobbes, Locke, Natural Law and Natural Rights By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues that natural rights are based upon natural law and the Immutable Platonic Forms, rather than a "state of nature" as Hobbes and Locke... More > argued.< Less
Hobbes, Locke, Natural Law and Natural Rights By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues that natural rights are based upon natural law and the Immutable Platonic Forms, rather than a "state of nature" as Hobbes and Locke... More > argued.< Less
Natural Rights Expressed Through God By Brother Bey
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Contained herein for your security and safety under Divine Law are the U.N. Universal Declaration of Independence; the Declaration of the Rights of a Child; Constitution for the United States of... More > America; the Bill of Rights; and the Unalienable Rights/Absolute Rights/Natural Rights of the People should you choose to indulge.< Less
Natural Rights Expressed Through God By Brother Bey
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Contained herein for your security and safety under Divine Law are the U.N. Universal Declaration of Independence; the Declaration of the Rights of a Child; Constitution for the United States of... More > America; the Bill of Rights; and the Unalienable Rights/Absolute Rights/Natural Rights of the People should you choose to indulge.< Less
Using Logical Positivism to Prove the Existence of Natural Rights and Natural Law By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book Article Proves the Existence of the Natural Right of Liberty based upon the Natural Law of Reason.
Using Logical Positivism to Prove the Existence of Natural Rights and Natural Law By Anthony J. Fejfar
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This Tract Book Article Proves the Existence of the Natural Right of Liberty based upon the Natural Law of Reason.
The Greatest Marketing Secrets Of The Ages By Resell Rights
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This book contains lots of useful marketing tips which can be use on the Internet or Offline. Once you read this short 20 page report, you'll come to understand that human nature is responsible for... More > the buying decisions you, me and all your customers make. You'll also discover how to use certain words in order to stimulate buying decisions. Contains magic selling words, headlines, preemptive advertising strikes, sales letters and more. The author, Yanik Silver, just 29-years old, is recognized as the leading expert on creating automatic, moneymaking web sites…and he’s only been online full time since February 2000! He believes almost everything people have been taught about making money online is completely wrong. His Internet success techniques only require a simple web site and you don’t even need to know how to put up your own web page. (In fact, Yanik still doesn’t know HTML).< Less
The Rights of Man By Thomas Paine
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The Rights of Man, a book by Thomas Paine, posits that popular political revolution is permissible when a government does not safeguard its people, their natural rights, and their national interests.... More > Using these points as a base it defends the French Revolution against Edmund Burke's attack in Reflections on the Revolution in France. Paine argues that the interests of the monarch and his people are united, and insists that the French Revolution should be understood as one which attacks the despotic principles of the French monarchy, not the king himself, and he takes the Bastille to symbolize the despotism that had been overthrown. Human rights originate in Nature, thus, rights cannot be granted via political charter, because that implies that rights are legally revocable. Government's sole purpose is safeguarding the family and their inherent, inalienable rights; each societal institution that does not benefit the nation is illegitimate — especially monarchy and aristocracy.< Less