Ewirthas argument for natural human rights

1) Set out the broader jurisprudential context in terms of ideas/thoeries;
2) Set out the context of the author in question a their work and interests
3) Summarise the relevant content and argument;
4) Relate it to key texts: what are the points of agreement and disagreement?
5) Think of some criticisms that you or others might have of the piece;

Referencing Requirements:
Key Text:
H.L.A. Hart, Are there any natural rights? (1955), reprinted in J. Waldron, Theories of Rights, 1984.
Neil MacCormick, a?Childrenas Rights: A Test-Case for Theories of Rightsa? in Legal Right and Social Democracy, 1982, also in C. Nino (ed.) Rights, 1992.
Alan Gewirth, a?Why rights are indispensiblea, Mind, (1986) Vol. 95, pp. 329 a 344.
W.N. Hohfeld, Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning, in L&F pp. 569-574.