Rights, Interests and the Public Interest

@inproceedings{Bromell2019RightsIA,
  title={Rights, Interests and the Public Interest},
  author={David J. Bromell},
  year={2019}
}
Rights claims have expanded beyond “first-generation” civil and political rights to include the rights of national parks, rivers and mountains as “legal persons”. This chapter reflects on theories of rights, and difficulties rights claims present in politics and public life in pluralist societies. Bromell argues that in general, public policy goes better when we refrain from asserting non-negotiable, absolute rights claims (rights as trumps) and instead negotiate interests “in the public… Expand

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