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righteousness 2
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40 upon
40 where
Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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rights
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1 Int, 4 | life in the name of the rights of individual freedom, and 2 Int, 5 | oppressed in their fundamental rights, and the Church very courageously 3 Int, 5 | proclaiming the sacrosanct rights of the worker as a person, 4 Int, 5 | despised and whose human rights are violated".7~Today there 5 1, 11 | they assume the nature of "rights", to the point that the 6 1, 11 | man is, the meaning of his rights and his duties. Then there 7 1, 18 | and protected as actual rights.~In this way, and with tragic 8 1, 18 | discovering the idea of "human rights"-rights inherent in every 9 1, 18 | the idea of "human rights"-rights inherent in every person 10 1, 18 | age when the inviolable rights of the person are solemnly 11 1, 18 | various declarations of human rights and the many initiatives 12 1, 18 | and protection of human rights its primary objective and 13 1, 18 | entire culture of human rights. It is a threat capable, 14 1, 18 | very affirmation of the rights of individuals and peoples 15 1, 19 | recognizes as a subject of rights only the person who enjoys 16 1, 19 | used"? The theory of human rights is based precisely on the 17 1, 19 | solemn affirmation of human rights and their tragic denial 18 1, 20 | first of the fundamental rights, the right to life.~This 19 2, 49 | life and violate people's rights: "They trample the head 20 3, 56 | violation of personal and social rights by imposing on the offender 21 3, 60 | from that same moment his rights as a person must be recognized, 22 3, 63(75)| Charter of the Rights of the Family (22 October 23 3, 68 | for them, as if they were rights which the State, at least 24 3, 68 | possible to exercise these rights with the safe and free assistance 25 3, 69 | infringing on the freedom and rights of any other citizen. On 26 3, 70 | inviolable and inalienable human rights, and the adoption of the " 27 3, 71 | defence of their fundamental rights, and the promotion of peace 28 3, 71 | for certain fundamental rights which innately belong to 29 3, 71 | innately belong to the person, rights which every positive law 30 3, 71 | safeguarded when personal rights and duties are guaranteed. 31 3, 71 | be to ensure that these rights are recognized, respected, 32 3, 71 | safeguard the inviolable rights of the human person, and 33 3, 71 | refused to recognize human rights or acted in violation of 34 3, 72 | and source of all other rights which is the right to life, 35 4, 91 | person and fundamental human rights, beginning with the right 36 4, 96 | impossible to establish personal rights on a firm rational basis; 37 4, 101 | defence of the fundamental rights of the human person, especially 38 4, 101 | all the other inalienable rights of individuals are founded 39 4, 101 | without respect for his or her rights.~Nor can there be true peace 40 4, 101 | people... But where human rights are truly professed and


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