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Posted by: Dale Eastman
« on: October 05, 2022, 11:13:56 AM »

I answered that question and you didn't like the answer. So you re-worded it asked it again.

Me three times:
❶ Admit or deny:
All humans are born with equal rights.

You, when you did answer:

Your answer basically claimed: humans are NOT born with equal rights.

Please explain how humans at birth do not have equal rights.

a clever way to get special privileges, is to call them "rights". Especially equal "rights"

What, specifically, are the traits, properties, attributes, characteristics & elements of "right(s)"?

Democratic governments are constantly weighing incremental trade-offs toward or away from freedom. Totalitarian governments, by definition, have no significant trade-offs of freedom left to consider, since freedom has already been sacrificed for some alternative consideration. Contemporary opinion simply incorporates freedom into the very definition of democracy, so that a government that eliminates freedom is not "really" democratic

What, specifically, are the traits, properties, attributes, characteristics & elements of "right(s)"?

Nothing in your answer addresses what a definition of "rights" are.

I am going to assume you've been busy in real life and you are not the liar you've presented yourself to be.