Alright anime fans, you win… As Out of Frame winds down, it’s time for a highly-requested episode about Attack on Titan. Although I’m not a huge anime person, I decided to give this one a spin to see what the hype was all about. There certainly was great action, compelling characters, and interesting symbolism, but some of the themes became muddled after a few seasons. Specifically, the heroism of defending rights.

Everyone is born free and has the right to life, liberty, and property, but the defense of that right doesn’t necessitate a proactive assault on the rights of others. For that, it’s worth getting into the difference between positive rights (privileges) and negative rights (the only that exist). Let’s break it down on this feature episode of Out of Frame.

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– Negative Rights vs. Positive Rights –

Positive Rights vs. Negative Rights

The Perils of Positive Rights

Rights and Non-Rights: A Simple Way to Distinguish the Two

The “Four Freedoms” Speech: FDR’s Worst Perversion of Freedom

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