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An accessible introduction to the history and philosophy of rights.
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Duncan Ivison is associate professor of political science at the University of Toronto.Review:
"An important and original contribution to the philosophy of rights." - Political Studies "By skillfully illuminating the political character of rights, and showing how the political informs particular solutions to perennial problems in the theory of rights, Ivison provides a valuable service to philosophers." - Derrick Darby, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews An excellent introduction for students and an original and compelling account of rights.A" - David Owen, University of Southampton "A lucid and extremely comprehensive survey of the historical and contemporary literature on rights." - Colin Bird, University of Virginia
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