Human Rights, What Are They Really?

The book informs on what human rights really are and on false notions that have been confusing the world. In both regards it is not politically correct. Although praised for its literary quality the book has been rejected by forty-three publishers but is now published in five languages. A supplement applies the theory of human rights to ten current issues ranging from abortion to world poverty. More

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About Robert Stephen Higgins

Robert is a retired mechanical engineer who worked mostly in design of power stations (both fossil-fired and nuclear). His early career was in the aerospace industry where he was an analyst for the design of aircraft (747 jetliner), military rocket launcher, gas turbine engines and rapid transit rail cars. In 1999 he took early retirement and started a new career as a human rights theorist where he applied his skill in analysis. He is working on his second book.


A Short Course in Human Rights
In three parts the author explains what a right means and where fundamental rights come from. Natural rights are described and in the second part subsidiary rights and their implications are covered. Part three compares prevailing notions of human rights with true human rights.


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