- speakers and lawyers in all modern languages) they think of 'a right' as something beneficial which a person has (a 'moral [including legal] quality' in Grotius's terminology), rather than 'that which is just in a given situation', the ensemble of juridical relationships established, by rules, between two or more persons in relation to some subject-matter (act, thing, or state of affairs). 12 Leviathan (1651), ch. xiv; in Raphael (ed.), British Moralists, vol. 1, para.
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