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International Journal of Applied Philosophy

Volume 14, Issue 2, Fall 2000

Seumas Miller
Pages 241-257

Collective Rights and Minority Rights

The main purpose of this paper is to argue that there are no minority moral rights. Rights claimed to be minority moral rights, such as land rights and hunting rights of indigenous peoples, and the political and language rights of some minority cultures, turn out to be either collective moral rights which are not also minority moral rights, or else to be merely (possibly morally justified) legal minority rights which are not also minority moral rights.

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