Prof. Waldron has recently published a paper criticising the views of Rawls and Raz on human rights. It is pointed out that some supposed criticism are nothing more than observations on conditions that any account of rights must meet, and that Waldron objections to Raz are due to misunderstanding his thesis and its theoretical goal. The short comment tries to clarify that goal.
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On Waldron's Critique of Raz on Human Rights,
University of Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 80/2013; Columbia Public Law Research Paper No. 13-359
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