There are rights which belong to man from conception, and others which Society can create in order to safeguard the rights of the individuals. The individual himself is, says Rosmini, “subsistent right”, endowed with an infinite dignity, and natural rights which cannot be abolished or changed by any Society. The exercise of freedom, the right to the truth, to knowledge, to personal human development, to conscience, to religion, are some of the basic rights of man – not because given to him by Society, but because they belong to him as part of what it is to be a human person.

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