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This collection of facsimile articles reprints essays of ethical philosophy from the twentieth century that debate the nature of entitled rights and imposed obligations, issues that form the basis of the modern concept of civil society. What is the foundational basis and meaning of a natural, a civil, a universal right or duty? Who is entitled to rights and obliged by duties? What kind of right or duty is work, life, speech, property, welfare. These are the timeless and timely issues of interest to students of philosophy, law, and policy and international relations.