The Rights of Nature against the Usurpations of Establishments (1796)
The English radical John Thelwall defended the ideals of the French Revolution and the idea of natural rights against critics such as Edmund Burke.
The Rights of Nature against the Usurpations of Establishments. A Series of Letters to the People of Britain, on the State of Public Affairs, and the Recent Effusions of the Right Honourable E. Burke. (London: M.D. Symonds, 1796).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- The Rights of Nature, Against the Usurpations of Establishments
- LETTER I.: INTRODUCTORY REMARKS; ON THE SPIRIT AND TEMPER OF BURKE’S LETTERS ON THE PROSPECT OF A REGICIDE PEACE.