Individual rights are not self-evident

Individual rights are not self-evident but are objective discoveries.

Individual rights are not self-evident but are, like the theory of gravity, objective discoveries based on the facts of reality.

Individual rights are not a perceptual self-evidency but are a tremendous discovery that took humanity centuries of observation and thought to discover and formulate.

Individual rights are the objectively identified requirements for a human being to live a flourishing life in society. It is because they are not self-evident that there is much confusion over the nature of rights and how they are applied.

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