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Liberty Rights and Equality Rights

By Steven Wise

Steve explains how the right to liberty is “non-comparative” ‚Äď in other words, you have that right regardless of whether other people have it.

An equality right is different: You invoke your right to equality in a particular area on the basis that other beings who are similar to you in key ways are already exercising the right to behave or be treated in a particular way, and you therefore have that right, too.

This is a segment from his interview with Gooseberry Productions.

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