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Sender:
Jason Neyers
Date:
Thu, 1 Mar 2007 15:21:25 -0500
Re:
Theories of Rights

 

Lionel Smith wrote:

Does anyone know of a theory of rights that offers an explanation for a distinction between those rights that are properly said to be violated only when a loss is caused, and those that can properly be said to be violated regardless of whether any loss is caused?

 

Some of Arthur Ripstein's work deals with this. You might want to start there.

 

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