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  1. The Mirage of Kantian Human Rights.Cristoph Hanisch - 2018 - Con-Textos Kantianos 8:92-112.
    Contrary to a widespread view, I argue that the contemporary notion of “human rights” does not have a comfortable home in Kant’s legal philosophy. Even the one “innate right of humanity,” that many consider the pre-institutional Archimedian starting point of Kant’ s argument, is a normative conception that is “juridified all the way down.” In the state of nature, all private rights are present only in the form of the consequents of conditional claims about legal rights of the form, “If (...)
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