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|Title: ||Human Rights, Human Agency and Respect: Extending Griffin's View|
|Author(s): ||Cruft, Rowan|
|Contact Email: ||Rowan.Cruft@stir.ac.uk|
|Editor(s): ||Crisp, R|
|Citation: ||Cruft R (2014) Human Rights, Human Agency and Respect: Extending Griffin's View. In: Crisp R (ed.) Griffin on Human Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 114-141. http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199668731.do|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2014|
|Date Deposited: ||22-Jun-2016|
|Abstract: ||First paragraph: The language of rights is used broadly: to encompass such important matters as human rights, criminal law rights, the rights of citizenship, and such trivialities as my right to park in the space I purchased, your right to feel aggrieved at my rudeness, a fouled footballer’s right to a free kick; it also encompasses rights borne by nonpersons such as animals, babies or groups.|
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