There has been an explosion of philosophical interest in global poverty and human rights in recent years. It was not always so: almost as soon as the UDHR was proclaimed, sceptics of social and economic rights denounced them as mere ‘manifesto rights’, of little political value, and expressive of conceptual confusion about the very idea of human rights.
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