Justice as Rights and Political Liberty, part II

I conclude that justice as rights, grounded in the inherent worth of ourselves and others because of the sorts of beings we are, could radically alter our understanding of rights and obligations, and consequently our understanding of political freedom.

Justice as Rights and Political Liberty, part I

In “Justice: rights and wrongs” Nicholas Wolterstorff argues extensively for a conception of justice as rights, in difference with the prevailing theory of justice as right order, with significant import for political freedom.